If you’re an iOS developer, it’s time to take a break from Cyber Monday deals to install a new beta update.
Apple today released iOS 10.2 beta 4 to developers. The update is available from the Apple Developer Center and should be rolling out over the air, too. This update comes to us two weeks after the beta 3 release.
The update to iOS 10.2 includes several small tweaks. Perhaps the most notable one is new emoji, like a fox and an avocado, but there are also new wallpapers as well as Apple’s new TV app for Apple TV owners.
There’s no word yet on when iOS 10.2 will be released to the public, but we could see it sometime before 2016 is up. Meanwhile, public testers in the Apple Beta Software Program could see iOS 10.2 beta 4 as soon as tomorrow.
Apple today released watchOS 3.1.1 beta 4, so if you’re testing watchOS 3.1.1, go grab that update, too.