Apple has released the first beta watchOS 9.2 for developers to test. This follows the rollout of watchOS 9.1 which was recently released. Alongside the watchOS developer beta, the company has also seeded the first beta of iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, and macOS Ventura 13.1.
Developers can get the latest watchOS 9.2 beta update by first installing the configuration profile from the Apple Developer Center. After that, users will have to navigate to General > Software update to download watchOS 9.2.
Do note that prior to the update, the Apple Watch will need to have a battery level of at least 50 percent. It also needs to be placed on the charger and in close proximity of the iPhone it is paired with.
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Currently, details about the watchOS 9.2 update are scarce. Meanwhile, watchOS 9.1 offers a range of new features such as an improved battery life, Apple Music upgrades, Matter Support, and more. The watchOS 9.1 update is only available for the Apple Watch Series 4 and newer models.
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