When Apple seeded the first developer beta of watchOS 5, it did not include the Walkie-Talkie feature the company officially unveiled earlier this month.
Early on Tuesday, Apple officially seeded the second developer beta for iOS 12, the latest version of the operating system for Apple’s smartwatch.
Last week, after the keynote for this year’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference wrapped up, Apple seeded the first developer beta for all of its major platforms, including watchOS.
Apple has temporarily removed the first beta of watchOS 5 due to an issue which occurs while updating the wearable to the beta OS. As pointed out by many of our readers, they were unable to update their watch to watchOS 5 beta 1 after installing the beta profile and then downloading the OTA update that followed.
With watchOS 5, Apple is focussing on the things that the Apple Watch does best: fitness tracking and communication. There are new features that will help you workout, stay healthy and communicate with your friends and family without having to touch your iPhone. Here are all the new and hidden features in watchOS 5.
Earlier today, Apple took the stage and announced a variety of new things for its different platforms.
Alongside the first developer beta of iOS 12, Apple also released the first developer beta of watchOS 5. Being a developer beta, it is not available for regular users, and it is currently limited to users who have a developer Apple account. Thankfully, just like you can install iOS 12 beta on your iPhone right away, there’s a trick to get the watchOS 5 beta on your Apple Watch as well.
During Apple’s keynote to kick off this year’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, we heard about what’s new for the company’s smartwatch platform, watchOS.