Apple releases watchOS 10.3 Beta 2 to Developers

After the holiday season, Apple has resumed its software updates for its devices. Apple has released the second beta of watchOS 10.3 to developers, and it is expected to be available to public beta testers within a day. This second beta installment introduces additional improvements and features that will be made available to the public in the coming weeks.

The second beta update of watchOS 10.3 is available with build number 21S5635d. Talking about the size of the update, it weighs 245MB at least for my Watch Series 7. It can be a bit smaller or larger depending on your Watch.

Today along with watchOS 10.3 Beta 2, Apple also released iPadOS 17.3 Beta 2, tvOS 17.3 Beta 2, macOS Sonoma 14.3 Beta 2, macOS Ventura 13.6.4 RC 2, and macOS Monterey 12.7.3 RC 2. The tech giant also released iOS 17.3 Beta 2 but then pulled the update because it was causing some device to go into bootloop.

watchOS 10.3 Beta 2 Update

As usual Apple didn’t mention any specific changes and improvements in the update page. But you can expect a couple of new features and performance improvement along with many bug fixes.

How to Install watchOS 10.3 Beta 2

If your iPhone or iPad is running on the latest version of iOS 17.3 beta, then you can easily sideload the watchOS 10.3 beta 2 on your Watch.

  1. Open the Watch app on your iPhone.
  2. Tap General > Software Update.
  3. Select Beta Updates and enable watchOS 10 Developer Beta or Public Beta option.
  4. Go back and download the second beta of watchOS 10.3.
  5. That’s it.

Before installing the update, make sure that your Apple Watch is charged at least 50% and connected to a WiFi network. After installing the beta profile, open the Apple Watch app on your phone, head over to General > Software Update > Download and Install, then install the new software.

Now the watchOS 10.3 will download and transfer to your Apple Watch. And after the completion of the installation process, your watch will restart. Once all done, you can start using your Apple Watch.

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Ashutosh singh

Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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