WWDC 2022 begins tonight and the keynote will be an opportunity to discover iOS 16, as well as to have the right to download the beta (for developers at least, public testers should be entitled to it in July). But before the big meeting, Apple invites developers to report the bugs they discover.
Apple recently released a note to developers asking them to report any bugs they discover so they can be fixed with a future update. Naturally, this note was not published by chance. It’s a way to invite developers to be active during the entire beta period of iOS 16, macOS 13, tvOS 16 and watchOS 9. After all, the period will run for the whole summer.
Here is what Apple said:
Bugs are an inevitable part of the development process. Although they can be frustrating, you can help resolve these kinds of issues quickly by identifying the issue you’re having, reproducing it, and filing a bug report.
It is to be expected that iOS 16 and other updates will experience many bugs with the first betas, especially the one that will be available tonight after the keynote. But that’s the game, that’s why Apple first offers this version to developers.