This post will serve as a point of reference for any known issues that iOS, watchOS and OS X system betas which could affect MacID.
Apple are really putting the pedal to the metal with updates now, and this is great for users but as an independent developer it can be difficult to keep up. I’ll always dedicate time to fixing significant problems, but some issues will be fixed by Apple before release. (An example of this is when iOS 9 was first released as a a beta, the API to clear notifications broke but Apple fixed it a couple of betas later)
If you’re using beta iOS, watchOS or OS X version then the likelihood is you’re used to small issues with software, but if you want slightly faster updates to MacID you can always register for TestFlight.
If an issue has [FIXED] at the start then the issue has been fixed in a later update by Apple.
9.3 beta 1
TestFlight may not properly install MacID for Apple Watch onto your watch even if your watch is currently running 2.2.
2.2 beta 1
Nothing to report.
10.11.4 beta 1
[FIXED] A significant issue with the APIs causes a problem when the iOS device disconnects due to a timeout or Bluetooth being turned off, including out-of-range disconnections. The system does not report to MacID that the iOS app has disconnected, and therefore MacID can’t update the UI or try to reconnect because it thinks it’s still connected. Bug filed with Apple rdar://24169259.