Today, Apple has seen fit to release the first beta of watchOS 4.3.1 and tvOS 11.4 to developers for testing purposes. The updates to the aforementioned firmware updates arrive less than a week after the company seeded the final tvOS 11.3 and watchOS 4.3 update to users. While there were quite a handful of new additions in store for users, it is never to early to start speculating what the Cupertino tech giant might feature in its next update. So let's dive in to see some more details on the matter.
Apple Seeds First Beta Of watchOS 4.3.1 And tvOS 11.4 To Developers
Starting off with the watchOS 4.3.1 beta 1 update, you can install it on your Apple Watch from the Apple Developer Center. Just be sure that the proper profile has been installed. Once it is done, all you have to do is navigate to the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and tap on General and then Software Update. The first beta will be downloaded as per your commands.
It is not yet clear what the first beta of watchOS 4.3.1 will have in store for users. Probably, the update is not a major one as can be expected from the version number. However, it's likely that there will be bug fixes and performance enhancements to make the overall experience much smoother. We will let you know as soon as something new is discovered in the new beta version of watchOS 4.3.1.
In terms of the first beta of tvOS 11.4, you can download it on your Apple TV via a proper profile which can be installed using Xcode. The update is designed for the fourth and fifth generation of the Apple TV models. So be sure to install it if you're a developer and are interested in finding out if Apple has incorporated any major additions.
For what we know of the tvOS 11.4 first beta for Apple TV, it is likely to include bug fixes and performance enhancements for a more stable user experience. We will update you guys as soon as something new is discovered.
This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the first beta of tvOS 11.4 and watchOS 4.3.1? Are you willing to try out the new developer betas? Share your views with us in the comments section below.