Download: Beta 2 Of watchOS 5.1, tvOS 12.1, macOS 10.14.1 Released

Apple has officially released for download beta 2 of watchOS 5.1, tvOS 12.1, and macOS 10.14.1. All of the aforementioned beta 2 versions are available with immediate effect, accessible by registered developers, and installable on all compatible Apple Watch, Apple TV, and macOS hardware.

If you are interested in the progression of any of these platforms or are just waiting patiently for them to drop into the public domain and are looking for more information, then you can find out about the releases below.

watchOS 5.1 Beta 2: watchOS 5 has only been with us for a couple of weeks or so and already we have watchOS 5.1 out in the testing community. Apple hasn’t immediately added a ton of new features with watchOS 5.1 but has given users a few additional emoji characters to use. It’s a minimal update that takes watchOS 5 to the next stage without introducing a game-changing amount of functionality.

tvOS 12.1 Beta 2: This beta, as well as the preceding release, is purely about bugs. Finding bugs, fixing bugs, and pushing the fixes out into the testing community to ensure that it is up to scratch. Apple has done a fairly good job of developing tvOS 12 and this point release continues that work by making it more stable and more usable for all Apple TV owners.

macOS 10.14.1 Beta 2: macOS Mojave has been one of Apple’s most anticipated releases for quite some time. The operating system with comes Dark Mode, dynamic desktop, a more powerful Finder app, and even a brand new Stacks feature. This version reintroduces support for Group FaceTime as well as bringing what is likely to be a slew of bug fixes and overall improvements to enhance the experience on all compatible Macs.

If you are in possession of a Mac, Apple Watch, or Apple TV which supports macOS Mojave, watchOS 5, or tvOS 12, then the next pre-release seeds of macOS Mojave 10.14.1, watchOS 5.1, and Apple TV 12.1 are available to download and consume right now.

Just make sure that you have a beta configuration profile installed on the devices and you should be able to grab the latest release, right now, over-the-air (OTA) from the settings section of the device itself. Enjoy, and make sure that all bugs and issues are reported directly back to Apple with immediate effect.

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