Apple Drops New Developer Betas Of iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, watchOS 2

We’re one step closer to getting the final builds of Apple’s latest crop of operating systems. Today, Apple released its fourth beta updates of iOS 9, OS X El Capitan and watchOS 2 to developers. Final Builds are set to be released this fall, likely in September if precedent holds.

Today’s iOS9 beta most notably includes the return of Home Sharing to the Apple Music App per Eddy Cue’s promiseMacRumors reports. New features to iOS9 in general are major improvements to Siri and search, tablet multitasking and a redesigned News app, among a variety of other features.

Updates to today’s watchOS sound like they focus largely on bug fixes. The updated OS is set to make some major changes to the Apple Watch experience, including support for native apps and third-party watch faces.

While watchOS 2 is still unavailable to the public, both iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan are available to the general populace of anxious users through Apple’s public beta program.