How to Download watchOS4 and update Apple Watch for Developers

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Apple watchOS 4

watchOS 4 is designed to run on the Apple Watch. watchOS 4 includes three new watch faces: Siri, Kaleidoscope, and a new Disney face. Apple Releases First Beta of New WatchOS 4 Operating System to Developers. Beta versions of watchOS software are suitable to develop apps that take advantage of the latest features of watchOS.

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How to Download watchOS4 and update Apple Watch for Developers

Step 1: Connect the Apple watch to your iPhone and place your Apple Watch on its magnetic charger.

Step 2: Go to the link and sign into your Apple Developer Program account.

Step 3: Open the Discover section, then select watchOS.

Step 4: Click on Download button on the top right-hand corner.

Step 5: Tap on the Download button next to the watchOS 4 entry. A configuration profile automatically downloads to your iPhone.

Step 6: Just follow the instruction for installation. Make sure you select Apple Watch when asked where you wish to install the profile.

Step 7: Once the profile is installed, launch the Watch app and then navigate to General > Software Update. Click on Download and Install.


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