Today, Apple has released the first public beta of watchOS 8. The new operating system was announced earlier this month at WWDC and have been tested by developers for the past few weeks and will come later this year to the general public, supporting Apple Watch Series 3 or later.
watchOS 8 adds a couple of new features, we covered most of them in our watchOS 8 article but the highlights include improvements to the Wallet app, with support for ID cars, more works outs, access to the Find My app to track AirTags as well as more photo based watch faces.
The public beta can be installed by going Apple’s website and downloading the profile onto your device. Always remember to back up your device beforehand.