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Aug 03, 2016 08:33 AM EDT

Apple Inc. Unleashes Third macOS Sierra Public Beta; Apple Get Rid Of The Gun Emoji In iOS 10 Beta 4


Apple Inc. unleashed the third public beta of macOS Sierra, the most updated operating system designed for the Mac.

The update of beta 3 occurs two weeks after the second macOS Sierra public beta was unleashed, and just a day after the fourth developer beta was set in motion. The third public beta and the fourth developer beta render identical features, which include more diverse emoji and a redesigned look for a number of existing emoji.

Beta testers who have signed up for the beta testing program of the tech giant will receive the macOS Sierra beta by way of the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store, based on the report of MacRumors.

Those individuals who want a portion of Apple's beta testing program can sign up to take part through the beta testing website, which hand over to users the access to both iOS and OS X betas.

However, the latest iOS 10 beta also brings up a new introduction pane that explains changes to the Control Center. Upon swiping up for the first time, PC owners were instructed that the new Control Center features three panes for music controls as well as HomeKit controls and quick access controls, according to Apple Insider.

On the other hand, in reflection of the growing despair in the United States and worldwide over gun violence, Apple Inc. has installed a water pistol in replacement of its hand gun emoji.

The change comes in the wake of continuing gun crime in America, which includes the killing of two black men by a law officer and a large number of deadly attacks against police officers.

The new green and orange emoji, with white plastic trigger, symbolizes a harmless toy and will replace the black and silver revolver. The change was announced as the tech company released 100 new emoji, The Guardian reported.

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