Along with the new versions of iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, Apple will allow Apple Watch users to try out the new beta version of watchOS 9 that will be available in July.
In this article, we walk you through the different installation steps.
Want to install watchOS 9 public beta, good or bad idea?
Before you start downloading and installing, be alert. In fact, since it is beta software, watchOS 9 is not immune to bugs that could affect the performance and independence of the Apple Watch.
If it is important to take this into account, it is becauseThere will be no way to go back to its previous versionas you can do with iOS and iPadOS.
Your watch is not likely to become unusable and should work just fine, but if there are apps and features you can’t live without, you may want to wait before installing this update.
Register your Apple Watch in public beta
First, like installing updates for other operating systems, your Apple Watch will need to be plugged in and charged to at least 50%.
Then, to take advantage of the public beta, go to the link beta.apple.com/sp/betaprogram/ on your iPhone, tap watchOS, then the link Register your Apple Watch.
Install Public Beta on Apple Watch
After signing up, you will need to complete the process by installing the public beta on your Apple Watch. So :
- Download the configuration profile on the Downloads page, then press to allow Upon request.
- After launching the profile, touch Apple watch.
- Restart your watch
- On your iPhone, go to the Apple Watch app, then to the tab my watch
- day meeting general And the system update.
- Click on Installations Wait for the Apple logo and progress bar to appear.
Once the update is complete, your Apple Watch will restart on its own.
A little bit late in updates and your Apple Watch still running watchOS 7? Before embarking on the public beta of watchOS 9, we recommend that you install watchOS 8, you will probably notice a difference already.
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