Apple Watch got new features with WatchOS 7.1 Public Beta 2 output

Apple Watch got new features with WatchOS 7.1 Public Beta 2 output

A few days ago Apple released the first public beta version of watchOS 7.1 for Apple Watch smart watches, but this version had no new dials or Blood Oxygen application. Now the company has released a new version of watchOS, which presents these innovations.

The Blood Oxygen application is now available in some countries to Apple Watch Series 6 users and allows them to measure blood oxygen saturation using a pulse oximeter. Earlier observers noted that this feature does not work accurately, however, the pulse oximeter Apple Watch Series 6 is not officially intended for medical use.

The size of WatchOS 7.1 Public Beta 2 update is 613 MB, it can be downloaded by those registered to participate in beta testing of new firmware. All you need to do is to go to the Watch application on your iPhone in the “General”>Software Update menu and download the new build.

The operating system WatchOS 7 was announced back in June at the Apple WWDC 2020 online event. This firmware received features such as sleep tracking, Wind Down mode and reminders to wash your hands.


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