Today Apple released two new versions of their betas for developers.

First up was the release of the iOS 10 Beta 5, which is the fifth beta for the new iOS, available for developers and public beta testers to download today.

It’s the fifth version of iOS that has been released since the original announcement of this year’s WWDC.

When officially launched in September, it will come with a range of new features for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, featuring a new messaging app, 3D touch notifications, a new lock screen and a lot more.

On top of this, Apple also released macOS Sierra Beta 5.

The fifth beta for the new macOS system is now available for both developers and public beta testers to download.

It is expected that Apple will release the new macOS system at some point next month, or in October.

It features a range of new additions from Apple Pay integration, all the way up to further iCloud integration and Siri integration.

 

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