Apple has released watchOS 9.2 Beta 1 for developers. A new public beta version of the software will also be released soon.
The new beta will be available the day after Apple releases the watchOS 9.1 software update. They also released a number of other betas, including iPadOS 16.2 beta 1 and iOS 16.2 beta 1, and Apple also released macOS Ventura 13.1 beta 1.
The recently released watchOS 9.1 software update brought several new features to Apple Watch. This includes extended battery life while hiking, running, walking outdoors, and more. You can now download music to your Apple Watch even if your device isn’t connected to a charger.
The new watchOS 9.2 Beta 1 is now available for developers to download. More information can be found on Apple’s developer website at the link below. We expect Apple to release the first public beta of this software soon, possibly later this week.
This is only the first beta in the series, so it will be some time before the final version of watchOS 9.2 is released to all users. Update he will be released in November or early October. We’ll let you know as soon as we have more details about when the watchOS 9.2 update will be released.
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