The fifth beta for watchOS 4 is now available for developers. The update is available for all Apple Watch models including first-generation, Series 1 and Series 2. If you already have beta 5 installed, open the Watch app on your iPhone and go to General > Software Update, to download the new version.
watchOS 4 was announced by Apple at WWDC 2017 with new features like new Siri, Kaleidoscope and Pixar watch faces, intelligence features, fitness updates, person to person Apple Pay payments, and much more. watchOS 4 will be released this fall for all Apple Watch users (1st generation, series 1 and series 2).
Apple’s quarterly earnings report is out and in case you missed it, there are some interesting details available online to bring you up to date. For a quick summary, there is no better document to see than Apple’s own summary PDF. However, along with the earnings reports, there are other tiny pieces of information to …
Amazon is reportedly working on a new messaging service called Anytime which will support video and voice calls, text messages, encryption, group chats and much more. Amazon already has calling and messaging features in Alexa so Anytime might be their step into making it cross-platform and reach a larger user base.
Apple has released the first watchOS 3.2 beta which brings support for the SiriKit API introduced in iOS 10 and a new Theater Mode, which disallows the display from waking up but still notifies the user of new notifications. Various bug fixes and performance improvements are also included in the release.
Apple has rolled out the second betas for iOS 10.1, tvOS 10.0.1 and watchOS 3.1 to developers. All the new updates bring the usual performance improvements and bug fixes to their respective devices that are traditional with any point 1 release for Apple operating systems. However, iOS 10.1 also brings a new Portrait Mode to iPhone 7 Plus.