Apple has just released the second watchOS 3.2.2 beta for testing purposes following the public release of its watchOS 3.2. Basically, the new update brings in bug fixes and performance improvements. If you are expecting a new feature from the update, you will be disappointed to know that the update doesn’t add any major features for users.
Apple Watch owners can get the update now from the dedicated Apple Watch app on the iPhone. Specifically, users simply need to launch the Apple Watch app from their home screen, tap on General and select Software Update. However, make sure that the Apple Watch has more than 50 percent battery life before proceeding.
Aside from the second developer beta of watchOS 3.2.2, Apple also releases tvOS 10.2.1 beta 2 for the fourth generation Apple TV. Apple TV 4 owners now can get the update now by connecting their TV to a computer via the USB-C cable.
Previously, Apple released watchOS 3.2 to the public. watchOS 3.2 brings a few additions to the OS including Theater mode, which mutes alerts and turns off Raise to Wake feature, thus making sure that third-party apps can work with Siri. Besides, watchOS 3.2 also includes new watch face colors and expanded support for SiriKit.
Apple is also running developer betas for iOS 10.3.2 and macOS 10.12.5. However, tvOS and watchOS betas are only available for registered developers.
2017 could be a big year for Cupertino-based company, as it celebrates ten years of iPhone. The next generation iPhone is expected to run iOS 11 when it launches this September. There is still no word on possible new features and improvements coming in this year’s iOS 11. Apple’s upcoming iOS operating system is expected to come with never-seen-before features, putting it in line with iOS 10, which is now considered as the biggest iOS release ever.
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