Apple has just enabled developers to download the fourth betas for iOS 9.3 and watchOS 2.2, the next versions of the operating systems for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple Watch.
Developers can, according to MacRumors, download the new iOS 9.3 beta for their eligible iOS device over-the-air or through the iOS area of the Apple Developer Center. The news site also reports that the new watchOS 2.2 beta is available through the Apple Watch app on an iPhone running the iOS 9.3 beta.
As these fourth betas have only just become available, it could take some time for developers to test them sufficiently thoroughly to notice what tweaks and changes have been made since the third betas were issued. Still, whatever the changes, the release of the fourth betas should widely excite.
That’s because iOS 9.3 and watchOS 2.2 will likely, judging from beta schedules of previous releases, each see just one further beta before the finished versions are released to the public. That could be just ahead of the expected unveiling of the iPhone 5SE, iPad Air 3 and new Apple Watch bands on March 15.