Apple just unveiled the next generation of its mobile and desktop operating systems in iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan. The first betas of the new OSes have now been seeded to registered developers and can be downloaded in the Developer Center.
At WWDC’s opening keynote this morning, Apple showed of OS X El Capitan with a number of under the hood enhancements and some neat new gestures and UI changes.
iOS 9 was also announced and includes a more powerful Siri and Spotlight search with ‘Proactive’ intelligence for contextual information and notifications, much like Google Now. There’s also an all-new News app, improvements to Notes and Maps, as well as Apple Pay for the UK and some iPad-specific multitasking features.
Expect Apple to regularly seed new betas to developers over the coming months as the company prepares to launch both OSes to the public in the fall.
If you’re a developer, go check ‘em out!