“Apple has released Public Beta 2 for both iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, as both products edge closer to a final release this coming fall.,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes reports for ZDNet.

“While these releases seem to be primarily bug-fix releases, there are some new features,” Kingsley-Hughes reports. “For example, the latest iOS 10 beta adds an option to unlock your device and go to the Home screen by just resting your finger on the Touch ID sensor.”

“New in the Public Beta 2 of macOS Sierra is iCloud file syncing, which automatically syncs your Desktop and Documents folder into the cloud,” Kingsley-Hughes reports. “Also present is the ability to unlock your Mac using an Apple Watch running watchOS 3.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Unlocking your Mac with your Apple Watch seems trivial until you unlock your Mac with your Apple Watch. Having your Macs sense when you’re nearby and log you in automatically is sublime.