Apple rolls out iOS and iPadOS 15.6 developer beta update
With Apple’s WWDC22 just around the corner, fans can expect to see the first glimpses of iOS 16 and macOS 13 in the keynote presentation. Following the recent release of iOS 15.5 earlier this week, Apple is now releasing iOS 15.6 beta 1. For iOS 15, this is most likely the final big update while Apple unveils and releases iOS 16.
YouTuber Aaron Zollo was the first to notice that Apple was releasing iOS 15.6 beta 1 to developers today. The build number is 19G5027e. As of right now, there is no information regarding what exactly is new with this upgrade. Aside from podcast improvements and bug fixes, as well as some minor adjustments, this week’s stable updates did not bring much new functionality to the devices.
At this point, Apple is probably fixing bugs and getting ready for the new product lines it will show off at WWDC22 event. The firm might be continuing to make some last-minute changes behind the scenes. And perhaps, as it gets ready to move to iOS 16 and macOS 13, this could provide us with very few big additional features.
iOS 15.6 Beta 1 is out…video later pic.twitter.com/jTZEmhazWo
— Aaron Zollo (@zollotech) May 18, 2022
Apple is also releasing watchOS 8.7 beta 1, macOS 12.5 beta 1, and tvOS 15.6 beta 1, along with iOS 15.6 beta 1. 9to5Mac says that iOS 16 will give iPadOS multitasking a new interface and make notifications much better.