Apple Releases iOS 17.4, watchOS 10.4, and macOS 14.4 Beta 3 to Developers With Updated Changes Imposed by The EU

Veloz Lamma

Apple Releases iOS 17.4, watchOS 10.4, and macOS 14.4 Beta 3 to Developers With Updated Changes Imposed by The EU

Today, Apple has seen fit to release beta 3 of its upcoming iOS 17.4, watchOS 10.4, and macOS 14.4 updates to developers. The latest builds arrive a week after the second developer build was released. If you are a developer, you can download and install the latest updates on your iPhone, Apple Watch, and Mac for free.

iOS 17.4, watchOS 10.4, and macOS 14.4 beta 3 released to developers potentially with updated changes imposed by the EU

Apple is bringing major changes with the release of iOS 17.4 and iPadOS 17.4 to the public, especially in the EU. Users can sideload apps directly from third-party sources and install alternate app stores with their own devised payment methods. If you want to check out the latest changes, all you have to do is head over to the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad and navigate to General > Software Update > Beta Updates. Download and install the latest iOS 17.4 build on your compatible iPhone.

Besides iOS 17.4, Apple has also released beta 3 of watchOS 10.4. watchOS 10.4 will also be a major update, considering the number of features it will bring. To install the latest beta, simply launch the dedicated Apple Watch app on your iPhone, head over to General > Software Update > Beta Updates, and install the latest build. Make sure that your Apple  Watch has over 50 percent battery life and is plugged into a power source.

Lastly, Apple has also released beta 3 of macOS 14.4 with App Store changes for developers. The latest update can be downloaded from the Software Update section in System Settings. The latest beta will also house the necessary App Store changes for developers which are only applicable in the EU.

For all beta updates, make sure that your Apple ID is connected to your Developer Account. Apple will potentially release iOS 17.4, watchOS 10.4, and macOS 14.4 to the general public next month, potentially before March 6. We will share more details on the upcoming features as soon as developers are done tinkering with the latest build.

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