Second beta of watchOS 3.2.3 released by Apple to developers

Second beta of watchOS 3.2.3 released by Apple to developers
Apple has released to developers today, the second beta version of watchOS 3.2.3. If you're not a registered developer, you will have to wait for Apple to push out the final version of the build. Because it is impossible to downgrade software on the Apple Watch, Apple allows beta versions of watchOS to be made available to developers only. The last new release for consumers, watchOS 3.2.2, was released two weeks ago.

The first beta of watchOS 3.2.3, which was seeded to developers just a week ago, contained no new features of note, or even bug fixes. This probably indicates that the new beta version deals with minor improvements inside the timepiece. With the annual WWDC developer conference kicking off on June 5th, Apple will probably use the opportunity to introduce watchOS 4. At that time, we should see what new features will be coming to the smartwatch.

For registered developers to install the new beta, they need to have the battery on their watch charged up to at least 50%. The timepiece has to be in its charger, and within range of the developer's iPhone. Using the Apple Watch app to download the device, developers should tap on General --> Software Update.

source: MacRumors

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