Watch OS 11 Beta Released

Watch OS 11 Developer Beta Released

Following today's WWDC keynote event, Apple has released the initial betas of iOS 18, iPadOS 18, macOS Sequoia, tvOS 18, watchOS 11, and visionOS 2 for developers to test. These betas are now available so developers can start integrating the new features into their applications.

To access the betas, registered developers need to go to the Settings app on their device, navigate to the Software Update section, select the "Beta Updates" option, and enable the Developer Beta. An Apple ID linked to a developer account is required for downloading and installing the beta. However, Apple allows even those with free developer accounts to install beta software.

It's advisable not to install early betas on a primary device due to potential significant bugs in these initial versions. If you decide to test the software on your main device, ensure you have a backup beforehand. Using a secondary device is highly recommended for trying out the new betas.

In the coming months, Apple will continue to refine these software updates, releasing several beta versions before the final public release expected around September.

Currently, the betas are exclusive to developers, but Apple usually offers a public beta in July, which tends to be more stable than the initial developer betas.

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