Alongside the second beta of an upcoming tvOS 16.2 and macOS Ventura 13.1, Apple has also released the second beta watchOS 9.2 for developers to test. The update comes a week after the launch of the first watchOS 9.2 beta.
Developers can download the latest watchOS 9.2 beta update by first installing the configuration profile from the Apple Developer Center. Once installed, watchOS 9.2 can be downloaded through the dedicated Apple Watch app on the iPhone by heading to General > Software update.
Do note that your Apple Watch needs to have a 50 percent battery life before installing the update. It also needs to be placed on the charger and in proximity of the iPhone it is paired with.
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Also Read: Apple watchOS 9.1 Released With Matter Support, Apple Music Downloads When Watch Is Off The Charger, Improved Battery Life
Currently, there is no information as to what new features or improvements watchOS 9.2 beta will introduce to the Apple Watch Operating System. 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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