Apple has seen fit to release the first beta of watchOS 7 to the public for testing purposes. If you're not a developer and want to try watchOS 7 for yourself on your compatible Apple Watch, you have come to the right place. The first public beta of watchOS 7 arrives a week after the fourth beta was released to developers. If you're not familiar, we will let you guys know how to install watchOS 7 public beta on your Apple Watch.
Apple Seeds watchOS 7 Public Beta 1 - Here's How to Download in a Few Simple Steps
watchOS 7 is a major upgrade pertaining to the number of features it brings to the table. If you're interested in checking it out for yourself, we have devised a set of step by step instructions that you can follow in order to install watchOS 7 on your Apple Watch.
Take note that before you proceed, you should install an appropriate profile from the Apple Public Beta website. In addition, make sure that your Apple Watch should have more than 50 percent of battery life and place it on a charger. Other than this, take note that since watchOS 7 is in the beta phase as of now, you should not install it on your primary device. This is due to the fact that it is crawling with bugs and might create issues for your everyday tasks. Now, let's get down to the instructions.
1. The first thing to note is that your iPhone should be running iOS 14 or the beta will not show up.
2. Now, make sure that your iPhone and Apple Watch are plugged in and charging and in range of each other.
3. Now download the watchOS 7 public beta profile from the Apple Public Beta website. Sign in with your Apple ID and head over to the watchOS 7 pages. Now, download the configuration profile on your iPhone.
4. Once you do that, you might need to authorize the profile and to do that, navigate to Settings > General > Profile & Device Management, tap on "Install" and follow the instructions.
5. Your Apple Watch will receive the update automatically and if it doesn't give it some time or try restarting it. To check for updates, on your iPhone, navigate to the dedicated Apple Watch app, then go to General > Software Update.
That's all that you have to do, folks. Do try out the latest beta on your secondary Apple Watch model which is compatible with watchOS 7. Let us know how you liked the update in the comments.