Apple has released another new beta for developers, watchOS 9.1 Release Candidate, and this is the last beta of the software before its public release.
Apple has confirmed that iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura are coming next Monday, October 24, and we also expect watchOS 9.1 to be released at the same time.
This update will improve battery life for the Apple Watch and some updates for the second generation Apple Watch S2 and Apple Watch Ultra.
Here are the release notes from Apple:
This update includes improvements for you
Extended battery life during walking, running and outdoor walks with the ability to reduce heart rate and GPS readings on Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE (2nd generation) and Apple Watch Ultra
– Music can be downloaded while Apple Watch is turned off using Wi-Fi or cellular
Mater, the new connectivity standard for the smart home, is powered to enable a wide range of smart home accessories to work together across ecosystems
This update also includes bug fixes for Apple Watch.
The new watchOS 9.1 Release Candidate is now available for developers to test, and you can find out more details on the Apple developer website.
Apple source, MacRumors
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