Apple recently released iOS 16.1 beta 2 to developers, and at the same time, they also released watchOS 9.1 beta 2 for Apple Watch. A new public beta version of this software should also be released this week.
The new watchOS 9.1 beta is coming out a week after the first beta, and it brings some performance improvements, bug fixes, and some new features to the Apple Watch.
This update will bring some changes to Apple Fitness with some improvements to existing ondevice fitness features. Most of the new features were released with the watchOS 9 software update.
The new watchOS 9.1 beta 2 is now available for developers to review, you can find out more on Apple’s developer website at the link below.
We expect watchOS 9.1 to be final sometime in October along with the iOS 16.1 update and a few other updates.
Several other new software updates from Apple are due to arrive in October, and Apple is also rumored to hold an event for Mac and iPad in October.
This should mean that we will finally get iPadOS 16 releases, although the first release of this software will be iPadOS 16.1, at the same time we also expect macOS Ventura.
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