Apple seeded beta version updates on Tuesday. The betas versions include iOS 10.3.3, macOS 10.12.6, watchOS 3.2.3, and tvOS 10.2.2. These betas are intended for developers for software development purposes.
Developers can now download the iOS 10.3.3 and macOS 10.12.6 from Apple’s official developers portal and built in update tools. Updating the watchOS is a bit complex and needs to follow some steps. Before updating let us inform you that once the update completed, it can not be reverted to previous version. In order to update watchOS you will need official Watch app for the iPhone and keep your Apple Watch plugged with 50% or more charging.
In order to update Apple tvOS the developers will need to connect to a computer/laptop through USB-C. Once your Apple TV is connected to the PC, you can use iTunes for an update.
As far as previous beta is concerned there were no major changes observed. Lets see if there are any major changes in these beta updates. The final version of these OS will most probably be completed by June 5. June 5 is the WWDC date officially announced by Apple. These devices will definitely be updated by patches or interim updates once a flaw or bug is discovered.