Apple launched a few hours ago the new macOS 11.5, watchOS 7.6, and tvOS 14.7 beta versions for developers. In these new beta versions what we find are bug fixes and improvements in the general stability of the systems.
As is logical in the late last night iOS 14.7 and iPadOS 14.7 developer beta versions were also released with which some users hope that the autonomy of the devices will be improved or at least that the battery consumption is reduced, which seems to affect the 14.6 versions.
We have to be patient with these versions as they are those of transition to the new versions launched or rather presented last June in the framework of the WWDC 2021. In any case it is almost certain that there may be new versions after these. A few hours have passed since they were launched and we are not aware at the moment that there are outstanding changes in them, but if any notable appear we will update this same article or write a new one with the news.
As we always say it is important to stay away from these beta versions for developers and wait if it is the case, the exit of the public beta versions. The best thing in my case is to be patient since the betas can contain bugs. The truth is that Apple’s beta versions are usually quite stable but they are betas and may have some incompatibility with a tool or application that we use for work and therefore we must be careful with what we install on our devices.