iOS/Mac: Last month, Apple dished out the details on iOS 10 and the newly rebranded macOS Sierra. Today, they're both available as public betas that you can download right now. iOS 10 comes packed with a handful of new features, including a completely revamped lock screen and a slew of new features in Messages. MacOS Sierra gets more minor improvements, but does mark the first time we'll see Siri on the Mac. While these are public betas, they're still very much in beta, so install them at your own risk. It's definitely not advisable to install either on your primary machine since there is usually a slew of problems, bugs and software compatibility issues in the beta. If you haven't already, head over to Apple's Beta Program page to sign up for the beta and access the download links.
iOS 10 And MacOS Sierra Public Betas Are Available Now
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