Last week, Apple released watchOS 7.4 beta 5 for developers along with the security based watchOS 7.3.3 stable update. For the past few weeks, Apple has been working on the upcoming watchOS 7.4 update. Today, the company seeds yet another beta build, there latest build is slated as the watchOS 7.4 beta 6. The latest watchOS beta patch comes with improvements and bug fixes. Here you can check more details of watchOS 7.4 Beta 6 update.
Apple Watch users are eagerly waiting for the public release of watchOS 7.4. This will be one of the major upgrades over the watchOS 7. And we can expect the Apple will release the stable update very soon. Apple seeds the sixth beta build with 18T5193a version number with a size of around 130MB. If you’re a developer then you can freely upgrade your Apple Watch to the watchOS 7.4 beta 6.
The latest update is available for the Apple Watch Series 3 or newer. In terms of features and changes, then the watchOS 7.4 is set to come with a big list of changes, including unlocking iPhone with Apple Watch while wearing a Mask. Aside from this feature, the watchOS 7.4 has support of AirPlay 2 for Apple Fitness+.
We can also expect that the newer build will improve the overall usage. As for the watchOS 7.4 Beta 6 update, then Apple didn’t mention anything new in the changelog. Now lets take a look at the steps to update Apple Watch to the newer watchOS 7.4 Beta 6.
Download watchOS 7.4 Beta 6 Profile
If you want to update your Apple Watch to watchOS 7.4 Beta 6, then at first you need to update your iPhone to the latest iOS 14.5 beta 6. After doing this, you can set the profile to sideload watchOS 7.4 beta 6 on your Watch.
- At first, you need to login to Apple Developer Program website.
- Then, head over to the downloads.
- Tap on watchOS 7.4 beta 6 available under featured downloads. Then tap on the download button.
- Now install watchOS 7.4 beta 6 profile on your iPhone, then authorize the profile by going to Settings > General > Profiles.
- Now restart your iPhone.
Here are some prerequisites, that you can check before installing it on your Apple Watch.
- Make sure that your Apple Watch is charged to at least 50% and connected to the charger.
- Make sure that your iPhone is connected to Wi-Fi.
- Make sure that your iPhone is running on iOS 14.5.
After downloading the watchOS 7.4 beta 6 profile, you can head over to the Settings app on the Watch and then tap on Software Update. You can also use your iPhone to update the Apple Watch to the new update, you can open Apple Watch Companion app on iPhone and sideload the latest build on your watch.
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