Apple seeds sixth beta of iOS 10, watchOS 3, macOS Sierra and tvOS 10

Apple has seeded the sixth beta of iOS 10, watchOS 3, macOS Sierra, and tvOS 10 to developers today. These new beta software versions come a week after the previous versions. Touting the usual bug fixes and improvements, these betas aren’t likely coming with new features, but rather with small adjustments to both the UI and existing features.
iOS 10 includes new features like a completely redesigned Music application, extensions for the Messages app, a brand new Home application to control HomeKit-enabled devices, and more. Here are some of the updates that could be found in the previous beta release of iOS 10.

Since the first beta arrived, it’s been discovered that there’s a Dark Mode embedded in the software, but its not as far-reaching as some might like. Here are a few other new additions to iOS 10 that have been discovered since the first beta was seeded.

watchOS 3 has also seen its fair share of new features. Maybe most notably, the Friends feature is now gone and replaced by a more useful Dock which can contain up to 10 applications that are refreshed in the background to offer an almost instant launch time. For reference, here is what was new in watchOS 3 beta 5:


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