This week Apple made news with the updates of their operating systems. The company released new forth beta-versions iOS 10.2, watchOS 3.1.1 and macOS Sierra 10.12.2.
All updates aren’t expected to bring any major modifications. All previous beta-versions of AppleWatch and MacBook operating systems didn’t have any innovations, and the fourth one is no exception. The main changes concern productivity and safety of all devices. Of course, users of these updated operating systems will have access to new Emojis from Unicode 9.0 but that can hardly be considered an important modification.
On the other hand, iOS 10.2 featured more interesting changes and improvements from the first beta-version. iOS fans were happy to find out that the updated iOS would have new wallpapers, new iMessage effects, a rearrangement of some interface elements and already mentioned Emojis. All modifications don’t seem significant but there are a lot of them and they do make a difference. The fourth iOS 10.2 beta-version doesn’t have any more innovations but still, iOS fans can expect more functionality from their smartphones and tablets with the release of the final version of iOS 10.2.