Apple Releases macOS Catalina 10.15.1 Beta 2, watchOS 6.1 Beta 4 and tvOS 13.2 Beta 3 to Developers
Apple has seen fit to release macOS Catalina 10.15.1 beta 2, watchOS 6.1 beta 4 and tvOS 13.2 beta 3 to developers for testing purposes. The new beta builds arrive under a week after the company released the third beta of watchOS 6.1 and the second beta of tvOS 13.2. If you're a developer, you can download and install the latest build from the Apple Developer Center. Let's dive in to see what the new beta builds have in store.
Apple Seeds macOS Catalina 10.15.1 Beta 2, watchOS 6.1 Beta 4 and tvOS 13.2 Beta 3 For Testing Purposes to Developers
If you're looking to install watchOS 6.1 beta 4 on your compatible Apple Watch, be sure to note that a proper configuration profile is required from the Developer Center. The new build can be downloaded through the dedicated Apple Watch app on your iPhone. Simply head over to General > Software Update.
Make sure that your Apple Watch has more than 50 percent of battery and it should be placed on the charger. Moreover, also note that your iPhone should be in the range. As for what's new in the latest watchOS 6.1 beta 4 is not clear at this point. However, we will let you guys know as soon as developers are done tinkering with the new build.
tvOS 13.2 beta 3 is available for download as well on the fourth and fifth generation of Apple TV. If you're a developer and want to test it out for yourself, the new beta build can be downloaded onto your Apple TV via a profile that is installed using Xcode on Mac.
Since the initial days, tvOS updates have brought little changes on the platform. The beta releases do contribute to the stability and overall performance.
The new macOS Catalina 10.15.1 beta 2 can be downloaded on your compatible Mac by using the Software Update mechanism in System Preferences. Again, take note that a proper configuration profile is required from the Developer Center.
the first update to macOS Catalina is minor, bringing fixes for bugs that were not addressed in the initial release. At this point, we're not familiar if the Cupertino-giant has added any forward-facing addition to the table. Nonetheless, we will keep you guys updated as soon as they are discovered.
There will be more to the story, so be sure to stick around. The company also released iOS 13.2 beta 3 to developers, so do check that out as well. This is all for now, folks. What do you think about the latest updates? Let us know in the comments.