Apple has rolled out a new beta version of its iOS beta program for beta testers to try out, and it’s shaping up to be a pretty big one.
The new beta is a major update that brings a lot of features to the beta program, including better search, a new look to the interface, and new features like voice commands.
It’s also likely to have a major impact on how beta users are using the program, because Apple is going to push users to update their software.
The beta program will be open to everyone starting Friday, July 4 at 10:00am PDT.
While the iOS beta is free to use for those who sign up, the Mac beta will cost $9.99 per month.
Apple is also allowing those who have the beta to get an Apple Watch, iPad, or iPhone, or both.
The Mac beta, which will also be open for those signing up on Friday, is being built by a new team at Apple.
The team includes several Apple veterans, including developers and programmers who have worked on the iOS program.
The betas new beta will be available in a number of places: Apple’s website, a special website that allows anyone to test the beta, and the iOS app itself.
Apple also announced that it’s making it easier for beta participants to update software and hardware.
Apple says that if a user installs the beta and then wants to update to the final release, they can now do so on the Mac, and can also update on the Apple Watch.
In other words, if a beta user is on the watch and wants to upgrade to the next release, the update can be pushed through their watch and then automatically updated on the iPad.
But there’s still a catch: the beta will also include a feature called a “beta update,” which is when Apple decides to make a new version of a beta that’s not fully compatible with the existing version of the beta.
This beta update will be applied to the Mac version of iOS and will only work on devices that are compatible with that version of beta.
The same goes for the iOS App Store, which can be updated on all devices running beta software, but the new beta, Apple says, is only compatible with Apple devices running iOS 9.0.3 beta.
There are still some questions surrounding the new iOS beta, though.
Apple’s beta is not compatible with devices running the new release of the operating system, which is due to be released in the coming weeks.
Also, there are some problems with the beta that have not yet been fully tested on iOS 9 devices.
Apple has also yet to announce what the iOS 10 beta will look like.
Apple will release an iOS 10.3.2 beta, but it won’t be compatible with all users, including beta testers.
Apple said it will only release beta versions of iOS for beta testing to those who’ve signed up for the beta through its website, and those who need a Mac version for beta purposes can update on their Apple Watch or iPad to get a Mac beta version.
And it will still be possible for beta test users to get both the Mac and the iPhone beta versions.
That will make it easier to upgrade a Mac to the iPhone, and vice versa.
We’ll have a full rundown of the changes to the new Apple beta on Thursday, but for now, we’ll just look forward to seeing what’s coming.