Two weeks back, Apple originally started testing watchOS 8.7 on the Apple Watch. The firm has now kicked off the second beta of watchOS 8.7 to developers. The second beta comes before one week of the announcement of watchOS 9. It is an early build, still, we can expect new features and improvements with this incremental upgrade. Read along to know more about watchOS 8.7 beta 2 update.
Apple kicks off the new beta of watchOS 8.7 with a 19U5037d build number. The new beta build weighs around 132MB in size, you can quickly update your Apple Watch to the incremental second beta. As always, the update is available for all Apple Watch owners running on watchOS 8.
If you’re a developer, then you can freely download the new software on your Apple Watch, it will be available sooner to the public. Apart from the watchOS 8.7 second beta, Apple also released a new beta of iOS 15.6, iPadOS 15.6, tvOS 15.6, and macOS 12.5. You can head over to this page to know more about the iOS 15.6 second beta.
Speaking of the features, for the time being, it’s not clear whether the second beta brings anything new to the Apple Watch or not. Since we’re not aware of watchOS 8.7 goodies yet, you can check the features released with watchOS 8.6. The recently released version brings ECG app support for Apple Watch Series 4 or later and Irregular heart rhythm notifications in Mexico.
Now let’s take a look at the steps on how you can upgrade your Apple Watch to watchOS 8.7 beta 2.
watchOS 8.7 beta 2 update
If you want to update your Apple Watch to the newest build of watchOS 8, which is watchOS 8.7 this time, then make sure that your iPhone is running on the latest version. If your device is running on the latest software, then you can easily sideload the new software on your Apple Watch. Here are the steps.
- At first, you need to login to Apple Developer Program website.
- Then, head over to the downloads.
- Tap on watchOS 8.7 beta 2 available under featured downloads. Then tap on the download button.
- Now install watchOS 8.7 beta 2 profile on your iPhone, then authorize the profile by going to Settings > General > Profiles.
- Now restart your iPhone.
If your Apple Watch is already running on the first beta of watchOS 8.7, then you’ll receive the new update over-the-air, while if you’re on a stable build, then here’s how you can join the beta.
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