Apple Releases the Second Public Beta of watchOS 9

Apple released the second beta of an impending watchOS 9 upgrade to its public beta testing group today, allowing non-developers to test the new watch software ahead of its fall release.

After upgrading your iPhone to the public beta version of iOS 16, you can download the watchOS 9 upgrade.

After installing iOS 16, you must also install the appropriate watchOS 9 profile from Apple's beta software page.

The update can be accessed via the Apple Watch app on iPhone by navigating to General > Software Update.

To update, the Apple Watch must have at least 50% battery life, be connected to a charger, and be within range of the iPhone.

The sleep monitoring feature in watchOS 9 has been expanded to include sleep stages, allowing the watch to track whether users are in REM Core or Deep sleep.

It also includes a Medications app for managing and receiving medicine, vitamin, and supplement reminders.

There are four new watch faces available, including Lunar, Playtime, Metropolitan, and Astronomy, .

and the ECG app now supports AFib History, which allows you to track how long you've been in atrial fibrillation

Custom workouts have been added to the Workout app, and fitness for runners, triathletes, and swimmers has been improved.

Other new capabilities include a CallKit API for answering VOIP calls on Apple Watch and Apple Watch Mirroring for controlling the Apple Watch with an iPhone. ‌‌

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