Apple today has just released watchOS 7 beta 4 and tvOS 14 beta 4 to developers with a compatible Apple Watch and Apple TV, giving them the opportunity to take the new changes for a spin ahead of a launch that will likely take place in September this year.

All of these updates come after Apple began the beta program during its June 22nd WWDC event, with developers able to test their apps against the new software that iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, Apple TVs, and Macs will be running for the next year at least.

When watchOS 7 does land in September Apple Watch users can look forward to sleep tracking, new Apple Watch faces, and a feature that will allow those faces to be shared with other people for the first time.

In terms of the Apple TV and tvOS 14, there won’t be a huge collection of changes. There will however be new support for Picture-in-Picture as well as improved Siri and HomeKit compatibility for those who have built their smart homes around Apple hardware.

As ever, there are a ton of things that are going to change in the 2020 software releases and even those features are being altered as the beta program progresses.

It’s still early for these fourth betas so we’re not yet sure what’s changed this time around, but we’re sure that bug fixes and stability will be high on the list after last year’s less than great updates.

Developers can download all of these new updates right now with public betas to come.

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