At the beginning of June, Apple unveiled the new versions of the software that equip its most popular products, including watchOS 9 for the Apple Watch. During the WWDC 22 keynote, we also got a glimpse of upcoming iOS 16, iPadOS 16, tvOS 16, and macOS 13 Ventura. This time the Cupertino company releases the fourth beta of all firmware, good news for developers who have suffered performance problems and reduced autonomy.
What’s new for beta 4 of watchOS 9
Without a revolution, watchOS 9 is a good vintage with several nice new features such as much more advanced running tracking, 4 new dials, afib history, sleep stage tracking, and even VOIP calls for third-party apps. Beta 3 had added a recalibration function for Apple Watch 4 and Apple Watch 5, beta 3 had changed nothing (apparently).
Here are the new features we discovered in watchOS 9 beta 4:
VSow to install watchOS 9?
As usual, in order to install the new beta of watchOS 9, developers can go on their iPhone to:
- The Watch app
- Software update
They will be able to download and install the new version, if they have installed provisioning profile on their iPhone from the Dev Center from Apple. The others can finally fall back on Apple’s public beta test program.
What do you think is the best new feature of watchOS 9?