A week after the last set of releases, Apple has launched the sixth beta versions of iOS 10.3.3 and mac-OS Sierra 10.12.6 for testing by developers.
The updates are intended for maintenance, bug fixes and security enhancements, said a report on appleinsider on Thursday.
The current iOS 10.3.3 beta is either build number "14G57" or "14G58" while the mac-OS current Sierra 10.12.6 build is "16G24b".
At its annual annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in the US recently, Apple introduced iOS 11, a major update to the worlds most advanced mobile operating system.
With this, Apple announced it would bring new experiences and several new features to iPhones and iPads this fall.
Augmented reality is coming to hundreds of millions of iOS devices with a new platform for developers to build apps that let users place virtual content on top of real-world scenes.
iOS 11 is the biggest software release ever for iPad, with powerful multitasking features, the Files app and more ways to use Apple Pencil.
This news follows after Apple first announced its macOS High Sierra update at the World Wide Developers Conference 2017 (WWDC). Back then, it did not seem that Apple’s one and only desktop operating system was the focus of the event and even today, with the roll out of the public beta, things feel the same.