Apple changes TestFlight for iOS with ‘more strong support’ for watchOS beta apps

Apple has launched a small update to its TestFlight beta distribution app for iOS. Version 1.4.0 struck the App Store today and contains what Apple explains as ‘better quality assistance’ for watchOS beta apps for screening on Apple Watch. There’s also a bug-fix and general changes:

What’s Fresh in Version 1.4.0 Contains better quality assistance for adding watchOS beta apps and a repair for when copies of the exact same devices are now being shown about the settings display.

Small balance and efficiency improvements.

The update uses additional software produces this week including Apple’s lately released Class app for teachers utilizing iPads, that was bumped-up to type 1.1 recently with one of these modifications:

What’s Fresh in Type 1.1 • Share URLs applying share linen motion from Chrome and different apps • Understand to iTunes U programs • Include and eliminate pupils from instructor-produced teams

Apple also launched iOS 9.3.2 for iPhones and iPads, OSX 10.11.5 for Apples, tvOS 9.2.1 for Apple TV, watchOS 2.2.1 for Apple Watch, and iTunes 12.4 for Mac and PC, all with bug fixes and small adjustments.

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