Apple releases first beta of watchOS 3.1.3 for developers

As I published yesterday, this week will certainly be full of betas, betas for all the operating systems currently offered by the Cupertino-based company. a little over an hour ago Apple released the first beta version of watchOS 3.1.3, only for everyone who is part of the developer community, so if you are a public beta user, forget about it, because Apple does not offer a watchOS beta for these users. If you are a developer or have obtained a developer profile, to access this beta you just need to go to the Apple Watch application, go to General then Software Update.

This new beta reaches developers a week after the release of the final version of watchOS 3.1.1update that blocked some Series 2 terminals, leaving them without the possibility of recovery, because as we all know, users cannot downgrade the Apple Watch, unless they go to an Apple Store, where they have the means to do so.

For the moment, the first developed to update their Apple Watch, they say not having found any important news, but it might still be early to know, as it's only been on the market for a little over an hour and a half. So far, there have been no reports of any issues affecting the performance or operation of any of the Apple Watch models.

Just over 24 hours ago, Apple released the second beta, also for developers iOS 10.2.1, an update that it hardly brought us any significant improvements and where it seems that the guys from Cupertino are focused on improving the operation, performance and security of iOS 10, in addition to having closed the exploits that Luca Todesco made public a few days ago so that versions after iOS 10.1.1 are not compatible with this latest version of iOS.

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