Apple's iOS 16/watchOS 9/iOS 15.7/ macOS 12.6 RC version is released

IOS 16 RC Version

Early this morning, Apple pushed the iOS 16 RC version (build number: 20A362) update to iPhone users. Previously, Apple pushed the iOS 16 developer preview Beta 8 update on August 30. iOS 16 will be available as a free software update from September 13 for iPhone 8 or later models and iPhone SE (2nd generation) or later models.

WatchOS 9 RC Version

Apple today pushed the watchOS 9 RC update (build number: 20R361) to Apple Watch users. watchOS 9  is suitable for Apple Watch Series 4 and later models and is paired with iPhone 8 and later models or iPhone SE (2nd generation) and later models running iOS 16. watchOS 9 introduces more personalized watch faces, an enhanced fitness training app, a sleep stage feature in the sleep app, and an FDA-cleared atrial fibrillation history feature.

For triathlon enthusiasts, the watchOS 9 fitness training app supports multi-sport fitness training types, uses motion sensors to identify movement patterns, and can automatically switch between swimming, cycling, and running.

iOS 15.7 RC Version

Apple today pushed the iOS 15.7 RC update (internal version number: 19H12) to iPhone users. This update is 54 days after the last release. 

macOS 12.6 RC Version

Apple today pushed the macOS 12.6 RC update (build number: 21G115) to Mac computer users. This update is 51 days after the last release. 

The new system will only arrive next month, and Apple's macOS 12.6 RC is now available

Apple today pushed several new versions to Mac computer users, including iOS 15.7, iPadOS 15.7, and macOS 12.6 RC updates (build number: 21G115), this update has been released since the last time. 51 days. In addition, Apple will release iOS 16, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16 on September 12, and update iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura in October.

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