Apple has released eighth developer beta for tvOS 13 and ninth beta for watchOS 6. It is worth noting that Apple is just weeks away from releasing the final version of tvOS 13 and watchOS 6.
tvOS 13 comes with new features like multi-user support which lets users create multiple user profiles on the same device. With this in place, users will be able to access and set up personalized content. tvOS 13 also comes with a revamped Home Screen which according to Apple is aimed at helping find content.
Meanwhile, you can update to the fourth public beta of tvOS 12 by heading over to System app> Settings app>Software Updates. Please ensure that you have enabled “Get Public Beta Updates” option if you are already a part of the public beta program.
watchOS 6 comes with a major list of new features. To begin with, watchOS 6 offers a dedicated app store for Apple Watch, reduces dependency on the iPhone, and allows you to directly stream music on the watch without iPhone.
To update to watchOS 6, developers need to make sure that the Apple Watch is connected to the charger, that the battery has at least 50 percent remaining, and that it is connected and within range of the iPhone. On the iOS device, open the Watch app and tap on General –> Software Update.
If you are not already a part of Apple’s public beta program, head over to this website to join the program. After that, you will be able to easily install the public beta of iOS 13, tvOS 13, or watchOS 6 via an update. Did you spot any new feature on the latest tvOS 13 and watchOS 6 beta? Let us know in the comments below.