Following the release of the first developer beta of iOS 10 earlier this week, Apple today has update TestFlight with support for the latest iOS version. As announced on the company’s developer website, developers are now able to build apps for iOS 10, watchOS 3, and the latest version of tvOS.
TestFlight now supports apps built for the new beta of iOS, watchOS, and tvOS, which means that you can get feedback from testers on features like SiriKit, Push Notifications for tvOS, new iOS Extension APIs, and more
Additionally, all beta apps on iOS 10 will include a 3D Touch Quick Action that makes it seamless for testers to share feedback and issues with the app, while there are also a variety of stability and performance improvements.
iTunes Connect has also received a handful of enhancements, including support for apps built with iOS 10 and tvOS 10 features.
Developers can read more about today’s TestFlight and iTunes Connect changes on Apple’s official developer website. In the meantime, check out our full coverage of everything Apple unveiled this week at the links below:
- WWDC News Hub/Live Blog: Watch Apple unveil iOS 10, macOS 10.12, watchOS 3 & more
- Apple unveils watchOS 3 with major app speed improvements, more
- Apple announces tvOS improvements including dark mode, Live Tune In, more
- Apple announces macOS Sierra at WWDC with Apple Pay, Auto Unlock, Universal Clipboard and more
- Apple unveils iOS 10 at WWDC 2016, new lock screen, Siri SDK, much more
- Hands-on: Apple’s new Remote app for Apple TV and iOS [Gallery]
- Hands-on: iOS 10 iPhone and iPad tidbits
- Hands-on: The all-new Music app in iOS 10 [Gallery]
- Apple again reverses stance, will no longer require Apple TV developers to support the Siri Remote
- CarPlay in iOS 10: Improved Apple Music, removing & rearranging apps, more
- Hands-on: iOS 10 + watchOS 3 Home app for HomeKit on iPhone, iPad, & Apple Watch
- Hands-on: 75 new features in iOS 10 [Video]
- tvOS 10: Dark mode on Apple TV, YouTube Siri search, HomeKit, & more [Video]