Apple issued two new software updates late on Monday. The first, iOS 10.0.3, is a minor point release which arrives to fix those cellular connectivity problems that some iPhone 7 owners have reported since launch.
Continuing its development drive relating to each version of software, Apple late on Monday seeded new builds of iOS and tvOS to developers.
As the public releases of iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10 and macOS Sierra inch ever closer, Apple sent out a new mailshot to developers – at the end of last week, calling for them to begin submitting their app updates for each of its four main app platforms.
Likely to mark the final build of the upcoming software update, before its expected public release – later this fall, Apple on Friday seeded the seventh edition of iOS 10 Developer Preview to ADC members.
Likely to represent the final round of betas from the company – in terms of the forthcoming updates to its mobile, TV, watch and Mac platforms, Apple on Monday seeded the sixth betas of iOS 10, tvOS 10, watchOS 3 and macOS Sierra to developers.
Just ahead of its fall media event, which is expected to see the software reach its official public release, Apple has tonight seeded iOS 10 (Beta 5) to developers.