watchOS 9 Developer Beta 7 Released!
Apple, one of the software and technology giants based in the United States, today made the seventh beta of the upcoming watchOS 9 operating system available to application developers. The new beta came a week after the sixth beta was released.
To install the watchOS 9 Developer Beta , you need to download the configuration profile from the Apple Developer Center and install it on your device, then you can download the version from the Software Update tab of the Apple Watch app. The Apple Watch needs to have 50 percent battery, be plugged into a charger, and be near your iPhone.
What’s New in watchOS 9?
watchOS 9 brings four new watch faces, including Lunar, Playtime, Metropolitan, and Astronomy, and also includes updates for some existing watch faces and complications. The EKG app now adds AFib History to track how long a person has been in atrial fibrillation.
The sleep tracking feature can now also track your sleep stages, and Apple Watch users will be able to let their smartwatches track themselves while in REM, Core, and Deep sleep. Apple also announced a new feature called Medications Reminder.
Thanks to the Medicines application, users will be able to manage their medications, vitamins and supplements with reminders when it’s time to take them, and track their medications.