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macOS Sierra Automated and Manual testing
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This week, Apple introduced the OS that will replace OS X El Capitan, called macOS Sierra.

Together with the announcement, a beta version of macOS Sierra was made available to developers.

Today, TestingBot has added the beta-build of macOS Sierra to its list of available platforms.

This means you can now run tests on Safari 10, Chrome dev, Firefox 47 and lots more on the beta-build of macOS Sierra. Together with macOS Sierra comes XCode 8 which offers the newest iOS 10 Simulators. These new iOS10 simulators are now also available on TestingBot for manual testing.

At TestingBot, we want to make sure you can test your website and apps on the most platforms/browsers/devices available, even the ones still in beta!

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