Apple releases first public beta of watchOS 7

For the first time since the announcement of the Apple Watch, Apple has released a public beta version of its software.

We are talking about the new watchOS 7 firmware. Anyone can test it on Apple Watch 3, 4 and 5. Previously, the system was only available to developers.

New software innovations include sleep tracking, new training modes, support for bike routes on maps and much more.

To install the firmware on your device, you must first install a test build of iOS 14 on the iPhone. After that, go to the company’s website and follow the instructions.

When to expect a stable release
The stable version of watchOS 7 is due out in the fall. Unfortunately, there is no more precise release date yet.

Author: John Kessler
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