After the official public launch of iOS 10.2 earlier this week, Apple has now released new public betas for iOS 10.12.1, the next version of its mobile OS. Not only that, but the first public beta is now available for macOS Sierra 10.12.3 as well.
Based on the minor change to the version numbers, both of these updates are just for minor bug fixes. iOS 10.2 added the new TV app for the US market, along with over 100 new emoji, redesigns for previous emoji characters, support for support for RAW digital cameras in the Photos app and much more. macOS Sierra 10.12.2 was officially released earlier this week as well. It also adds new and redesigned emoji, along with a number of important bug fixes and minor feature updates, including a way to take screenshots of the Touch Bar in the new MacBook Pros.
If you want to try out future public beta updates of iOS and macOS Sierra, and you don’t mind dealing with more than the normal amount of issues, you can sign up to get beta updates for both at Apple’s website.