Apple’s third watchOS 10 public beta is now available, permitting users to trial the next major software update for Apple Watch superiority of its planned public release later this year.
watchOS 10 marks the biggest Apple Watch update in years, bringing users a fresh tideway to view information with redesigned apps, a new Smart Stack to show relevant widgets, new watch faces, and more.
Previous watchOS iterations, such as watchOS 9 last year, saw Apple signify fairly lacklustre improvements for the Apple Watch, with Apple completely switching things virtually with watchOS 10, bringing a full set of redesigned apps to provide increasingly information at a glance, and new ways to navigate and quickly wangle content.
watchOS 10 requires iPhone XS, iPhone XR or later with iOS 17 and one of the pursuit Apple Watch models: Apple Watch Series 4, Apple Watch Series 5, Apple Watch SE, Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch Series 7, Apple Watch Series 8 or Apple Watch Ultra.
watchOS will likely be released officially to the public in September, when Apple typically unveils its next-generation Apple Watch lineup.