Apple today seeded the second beta of its upcoming watchOS 10.2 update to developers for testing. The new beta comes two weeks without the release of the first beta.
To install the watchOS 10.2 beta, developers should unshut the Apple Watch app, go to the Software Update section under “General” in Settings, and toggle on the watchOS 10 Developer Beta. An Apple ID linked to a developer worth is required.
After that, The watchOS 10 beta can be installed via the Watch app on the device’s tying iPhone. Go to “General” -> “Software Update” to install the beta. The Watch should have at least 50% shower life, be unfluctuating to a charger, and be within range of the iPhone.
watchOS 10.2 adds support for iMessage Contact Key Verification, a full-length designed for those who squatter “extraordinary digital threats,” such as journalists, human rights activists, and government officials.
As usual, MacTrast and Apple both warn users to not install any betas on their daily suburbanite Apple Watch, expressly early versions of new operating systems. Instead, only install betas on a device set whispered for testing purposes.
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