While it remains unclear if Sonny Dickson was right about Apple’s reported plans to introduce a special ‘Theatre’ mode for iOS, sometime this month, the company has -in the interim- released all-new versions of software designed for its main four platforms.
That’s the rumour currently swirling.
Apple continued its development drive, earlier this week, seeing the fifth betas of macOS 10.12.2, watchOS 3.1.1 and tvOS 10.1 -alongside the seventh iteration of iOS 10.2– to registered developers.
Ahead of the software’s expected release, later this month, Apple has this week seeded what marks the fourth beta of tvOS 10.1 to developers – for testing.
In a note published to the developer dashboard on Wednesday, Apple announced that it would not be accepting any new app submissions or app updates destined for its App Store – between the dates of December 23 and December 27.
Apple continued its development drive relating to its in-testing software updates – this week, seeding the third betas of iOS 10.2, Sierra 10.12.2, tvOS 10.1 and watchOS 3.1.1 to developers.
Apple on Monday seeded a new version of iOS 10 to registered developers.