Following the release of iOS 9 beta 2, Apple on Tuesday also released new updates to OS X El Capitan and watchOS 2. The newest betas introduce a number of bug fixes and enhancements, giving developers a more stable experience; and, if you’re a regular old Joe like us, a more stable daily driver.
Apple’s watchOS 2 is perhaps the biggest update of the three new software upgrades Apple introduced at WWDC earlier this month. In addition to new watch faces, watchOS 2 allows developers to build native apps, promising a speedier and more advanced Apple Watch experience.
El Capitan, meanwhile, is more about building on what Yosemite introduced last year. The new update will bring improvements to Mission Control, a Split View feature, smarter Spotlight, and more.
We got our hands on both of these updates, so check those out below if you haven’t.