Apple watchOS 9.2 beta 1 has been released to developers, and we’re also expecting a new public beta for the software soon as well.
The new beta comes just a day after Apple released the watchOS 9.1 software update. They also released a number of other beta versions, including iPadOS 16.2 beta 1 and iOS 16.2 beta 1, as well as Apple also releasing macOS Ventura 13.1 beta 1.
The recently released watchOS 9.1 software update brought some new features to the Apple Watch, including longer battery life when hiking, running, walking outdoors, and more. You can also now download music to your Apple Watch when the device is off the charger.
The new watchOS 9.2 beta 1 is now available for developers to download, and you can find out more information on Apple’s developer site at the link below. We expect Apple to release the first public beta of this software soon, possibly this week.
Since this is only the first beta in the series, it will be some time before the latest version of watchOS 9.2 is released to everyone, and the update should arrive in November or early October. Once we have more details about when exactly the watchOS 9.2 update will be released, we’ll let you know.
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