Apple has just released Beta 4 for its upcoming iOS 14.5, tvOS 14.5, macOS Big Sur, 11.3, and watchOS 7.4 to developers for testing purposes. If you’re a developer, you can download the latest build on your compatible device right now for free.
iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 beta 4
For downloading the OS you can get it from Apple Developer Center, but make sure that a proper configuration profile is installed on your compatible iPhone and iPad. iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 is a major update and will allow you to unlock your iPhone while you are wearing a mask along with another unlocking method using the Apple Watch.
It also brings global 5G support for the Dual-SIM mode on the iPhone 12 series. It adds AirPlay 2 support with the Apple Watch for Apple Fitness+, and also adds support for PlayStation5 DualSense and Xbox Series X controller support, etc.
macOS Big Sur 11.3
The beta 4 of macOS Big Sur 11.3 can be installed on compatible Macs using the Software Update mechanism in System Preferences. It brings more customization options in Safari, new optimizations for using IOS apps on M1 Macs, new Due Date, Creation Date, Priority, or Title listing support in Reminders, new “Made For You” section in Apple Music, redesigned Apple News+ tab with a dedicated “For You” section, and much more.
Coming to the tvOS 14.5 betas 4, which can be installed on the fourth and fifth-generation Apple TV models. It brings support for the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller as well as the Xbox Series X controller, much like iOS 14.5. This will allow users to use the high-end controllers with Apple Arcade.
Finally coming to the watchOS 7.4 beta 4, brings the new “Unlock with Apple Watch” feature which allows you to unlock your iPhone. Simply, navigate to General > Software Update and then follow the on-screen instructions, to install the update.