After three dedicated developer betas and a month of testing, Apple has finally released the more stable version of its Apple Watch operating system to the public. Yes, the watchOS 10 public beta is now available! Apple also releases the first public beta of iOS 17 and other operating systems.
Talking about the watchOS 10 public beta, then Apple pushes the new firmware to the Watch with the 21R5305e build number. It’s worth noting that this is the same build that was released to developers as the third developer beta. It requires a small amount of data for installation. If you own Apple Watch Series 4 or newer model, then you can freely upgrade to the milestone upgrade – watchOS 10.
Although it is important to note that the watchOS 10 public beta is still in its beta stage, which means there may be some bugs or issues that you could encounter during your usage. And there’s no way to go back to the stable watchOS 9 build, you can explore more information regarding downgrade in our dedicated article.
Talking about the features and changes, then watchOS 10 is a remarkable upgrade for the Apple Watch. It brings the new smart stack, a new way to access the control center, new watch faces, health features, apps that are now optimized for full screen, and much more. You can head over to this page to explore more about the watchOS 10.
watchOS 10 Public Beta
If your iPhone is running on the iOS 17 public beta, then you can easily sideload the watchOS 10 public beta. All you need to do is follow the below listed steps:
- Open the Watch app on your iPhone.
- Tap General > Software Update.
- Select Beta Updates and enable watchOS 10 Public Beta option.
- Go back and download the public beta of watchOS 10.
- That’s it.
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 public beta 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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