Apple has today released watchOS 7 Beta 2 to registered developers two weeks after Apple’s 31st World Wide Developers Conference where Apple announced a wide range of new Software Updates and Developer Tools following which they released the first developer betas of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14, watchOS 7, and macOS Big Sur.
The build number for the second Developer Beta of watchOS 7 is 18R5327h. According to Apple, this beta update has bug fixes and improvements to watchOS 7. There are no new changes in this update which have been discovered yet but there are a lot of bug fixes mentioned in the release notes of watchOS 7 Beta 2. If we discover any new changes on this beta, we will keep you updated with all the watchOS 7 news on www.appleosophy.com.
To install this update, you need a compatible Apple Watch with Apple’s Developer Profile installed. Before you update your Apple Watch, make sure that you have a compatible iPhone with the latest version of iOS. For this update, you’ll require an iPhone 6s or later running iOS 14. Also, make sure that your iPhone is connected to WiFi and your Apple Watch has at least 50% charge. Your iPhone and your Apple Watch should be in close proximity to each other. To update your Apple Watch to the latest Beta, Go to the Watch App on your iPhone, then go to My Watch>General>Software Update and update your watch to the latest beta of watchOS. watchOS 7 Beta 2 will be available for the Apple Watch Series 3, Apple Watch Series 4 and the Apple Watch Series 5.