watchOS 10 Beta Available to Developers for Supported Apple Watch Models

Apple took center stage at its WWDC 2023 event to announce a host of software updates and the latest hardware. It was previously reported that watchOS 10 will be the biggest update since Apple Watch’s debut in 2015. The company finally announced watchOS 10 for all supported Apple Watch models with a wide range of features and changes in terms of user interface, in addition to following Following the announcement, Apple also released the first developer beta of watchOS 10, which you can download on all supported Apple Watch models. Scroll down to read more details on the subject.

Apple has released watchOS 10 beta to developers for download on all supported Apple Watch models

watchOS 10 beta for developers is now available to download on all supported Apple Watch models. If you are a developer, you now have the option to download the latest update for free. Also, you can install the build directly on your Apple Watch via your iPhone. If you are not familiar with the mechanism, you can refer to our detailed guide on how to download and install the latest watchOS 10 beta on your Apple Watch.

watchOS 10 introduces a wide range of visual changes, including a new home screen design. The latest app layout on the home screen is inspired by iOS and features better organization of apps through folders. Another major addition coming with the release of watchOS 10 is widget support. Widgets can be compared to “Looks” available on the Apple Watch. Apart from this, the company has also improved the core watchOS apps to take better advantage of the larger screen of the Apple Watch Ultra.

The Apple Developer Beta is available for free for all supported Apple Watch models and you can install it via the dedicated Apple Watch app on your iPhone. Apple has simplified the process for downloading developer and public beta versions on iPhone and Apple Watch and does not require an Apple Developer Center configuration profile. Also, Apple has only released the developer beta of watchOS 10 and the public beta will be released in the coming weeks. You can check out more details about watchOS 10 in our announcement post.

Apple announced a host of software updates at its WWDC 2023 event along with major hardware upgrades. We’ll cover additional details about watchOS 10 shortly, so be sure to stick around. This is all there is to it, folks. Are you willing to install the latest watchOS 10 developer beta on your compatible Apple Watch? Let us know in the comments.