Arguably, Apple’s device ecosystem is pretty comprehensive. Not just smartphones and computers, the other two wearable devices are also the most popular in their respective classes. Yes, although there are many more types of Android Wear OS smartwatches with a varied price range, they still cannot outgrow the popularity of the Apple Watch.
To continue to captivate the market, Apple will introduce watchOS 7, along with the iOS 14 version that will be released this fall. For users who can’t wait to try the new features, Apple has just officially launched the public Beta version of Apple watchOS 7, free to download and try.
Yes, this Public Beta update is in fact the latest compared to iOS 14, iPadOS 14 or macOS Big Sur, whose beta version has been around for a few weeks. Perhaps because Apple took a little longer to consider that it is a portable device. This update is available for Apple Watch Series 3 and later.
How to test it is quite easy. First, make sure your iPhone friends are running iOS 14 Public beta. watchOS 7 Public Beta cannot be installed on an iPhone that is still running iOS 13. If so, simply log into beta.apple.com and search for watchOS 7.