Apple released the newest version of watchOS to the public earlier this week, and now there is a new beta being seeded to developers.
Apple today officially seeded the first developer beta of watchOS 3.2.3. Like the previous watchOS 3.2.2 update that was released this week, this new update is a minor upgrade, meant to address any behind-the-scenes issues that may be lingering, or may have just cropped up with the latest public release. There is likely not going to be any new major forward-facing features added to this release.
To update, registered developers must download the new software through the dedicated Apple Watch app on the iPhone, then going to General –> Software Update. From there, owners must install the software, and the Apple Watch must have 50 percent battery life. The Apple Watch must also be placed on its charger, and it has to be within range of the iPhone.
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