Apple’s Watch OS 7 public beta is now available to try

Watch OS 7’s sleep monitoring is its most notable new function.


Yearly, Apple has public betas of its upcoming iPhone, iPad and Mac working methods to check and take a look at, for those who’re curious. This 12 months, the Apple Watch is getting a public beta of its personal. The Watch OS 7 public beta is now out there to obtain, however you may want iOS 14 public beta on an iPhone first to strive it.

However, to be clear, we wouldn’t recommend placing iOS 14 (or Watch OS 7) in your important machine, except you are prepared for some doable bugs and issues. CNET can be attempting it out, after all, however that is our job. The ultimate model of WatchOS 7 is anticipated this fall alongside a new version of the Apple Watch, because it normally is. 

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Watch OS 7’s biggest new feature is sleep tracking, a feature that Watch owners could try previously with third-party apps, but which Apple is now supporting on a limited basis as a core Watch OS function. The new software also adds new watch faces, enables watch face sharing, can track fitness levels as you age, and has a hand-washing reminder and tracker. 

We never recommend installing a beta on a main device, but if you’re curious to test out the new features and have the hardware, check out our guide on what’s new in Watch OS 7.

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Scott Stein