Apple will begin rolling out an OS X public beta for developers on Thursday, according the AppleInsider forum.
AppleInsiders is reporting that the public beta will run on iOS devices and OS X Mavericks machines starting Thursday.
It will not be available to developers on the Apple Store, but users will be able to try it out from a new beta page.
Apple is rolling out public beta updates on a daily basis.
OS X Lion and OSX Mountain Lion beta versions were rolled out last year.
The next public beta release will be for Mac users starting on Friday.
AppleInsiders also posted an image of the official beta release announcement, which includes the following:iOS 10.1 beta release Notes: – iOS 10.2 beta – iOS 11 beta – macOS Sierra 10.13 beta releaseNotes: – OS X Yosemite beta release – OSX Yosemite beta version (including OS X Sierra 10, 12 and 14)Notes: Macs, Apple TV, and Apple Watch owners should update to the latest version of OSX El Capitan, the beta of iOS 10 that launched on September 11, 2020.
The update is available for download for the new OS X El Capitans and will automatically install any updates.