Nothing has changed on the first day of the WWDC of this year. Shortly after the nearly two-hour presentation by Tim Cook and his team, showing us the news of upcoming device software, Apple has released the first betas for developers.
So if you are an official Apple application programmer, you can now download the first beta versions of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15, watchOS 8, macOS Monterey. The first public betas They won't be released until July.
Continuing with the tradition of each year, shortly after finishing the presentation of the WWDC that was held this afternoon, Apple has released the first betas for developers of the new software of its devices this year. Namely, iOS 15, iPadOS 15, TvOS 15, Watch 8 y macOS Monterey.
It is logical that it be done at this time. As expected, they cannot do it before presenting the news, it would be silly, and they cannot delay it any longer because developers who program applications in such environments need to "test" the news that is included in the new versions, in order to work on them these conference days. All very calculated.
The first beta versions are available as a download through the Developer Center from Apple. Once installed, they will later be updated with future beta versions via OTA as if it were a normal and current update that we are used to. As Apple polishes bugs, it releases different beta versions.
Typically, a version is offered public beta via the Apple Beta Software Program website. The company has already announced that it will not launch the first public beta until July. You want to make sure that this beta is later than the first one launched today, being more stable and with fewer errors.