Apple today released a whole slew of new betas that developers can download and install on their devices. We already covered off iPadOS 14.6 and iOS 14.6 beta 2, but Apple also released tvOS 14.6, HomePod 14.6, and watchOS 7.4 beta 2 to developers as well.

Both tvOS and watchOS can be downloaded via the usual OTA mechanisms right now so long as you have the required profiles installed to make it happen.

Neither of these updates appear to have any big changes in them so far, although it’s thought they are getting things ready for the new podcast subscriptions feature that Apple announced earlier this month.

In terms of the HomePod update, most people won’t be able to get the installation completed on their own devices. HomePod betas are only available to those on the AppleSeed program – a program that you can’t ask to be part of. If you are part of the AppleSeed program, you’ll be able to install the new beta via the usual mechanism within the Home app.

All of these new betas come soon after iOS 14.5 and associated updates were made available to the public.

Apple clearly isn’t slowing down the development of its software updates, even as we get closer to the big WWDC event in June.

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