Apple today went on something of a beta frenzy with multiple updates arriving including watchOS 7 and tvOS 14 in their third beta form.

Starting out with watchOS 7, the update is available for those who already have the relevant developer profile installed and ready to go. If that’s you, open the Watch app on your iPhone and head to General > Software Update to kick things off.

It’s worth remembering that your Apple Watch will need to have at least 50% of its battery remaining and be connected to its charger in order for the update to kick off. We’d also always suggest installing watchOS betas on devices that are specifically set aside for beta updates. The watchOS betas are notoriously flakey!

The release of watchOS 7 is expected to happen in September with new watch faces, watch face sharing, and more.

Moving on to tvOS 14, this is also the third developer beta to be made available and again it will require an Apple TV to have the correct developer profile be installed via Apple’s Xcode software on a Mac. It isn’t a complicated process but given the relatively low interest in the Apple TV it probably isn’t one too many are going through.

This particular tvOS update will add support for the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 and Xbox Adaptive Controllers as well as Apple Arcade support for multiple users for the first time. Again, tvOS 14 is expected to be made available to the public in September.

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