Yesterday the fourth beta versions of OS X El Capitan 10.11, of iOS 9 It's from watchOS 2 have been released to developers. Of course, this distressed the participants of the Apple Beta Software Program, waiting for their turn to receive the new compilations. Because they arrived.
Apple has now made available the second public version of OS X El Capitan 10.11 and iOS 9, which are exactly the same as those released yesterday for developers.
Those who are already using these public versions will see the update through the update systems built into the devices themselves (Mac, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch). If you are curious and want to try these versions, just sign up for the Apple Beta Software Program and follow the instructions to register your devices so that they can receive beta operating systems.
Always remember, however, that we are talking about software under development and that it contains known flaws. We do not recommend, for example, installing such versions on the Mac you work on or on your iPhone everyday. If you do, proceed at your own risk.