Apple launches the third beta of watchOS 3.1.1 for developers


Apple launches the third beta of watchOS 3.1.1 for developers

Following with betas, Apple launched the third beta for developers of watchOS 3.1.1. Like the third beta that Apple released with iOS 10.2, this new version focuses on improving the performance of the latest features that Apple will include in the final version of this new operating system update for Apple Watch. As we inform you in the launch of the first beta of this update, Apple adds support for the new emojis released by the Unicode consortium in its ninth version, as well as the ability to allow the color of the skin in some characters that until the Were not available.

Unlike iOS 10.2, watchOS 3.1.1 is a minor update that focuses on improving the performance and performance of Apple Watch. WatchOS 3.0 was launched in September and whose main feature is the fluidity and speed with which applications are now open, a much improved speed compared to version 2.0 of watchOS. The first major update of watchOS, 3.1 was launched last October and whose main novelty we find in the incredible improvement of the battery, improves that practically allows to enjoy the Apple Watch practically for two days.

WatchOS 3.1.1 is compatible with all Apple Watch models, both the first generation and the new models that came to market last October, Series 1 and Series 2, model that brings us as the main novelty the inclusion A GPS chip and water resistance, which allows us to use the Apple Watch to swim and monitor the exercise we do while we swim. The watchOS 3.1.1 update is expected to hit the market in the month of December in its final version and probably will come hand in hand with iOS 10.2, iOS version which is currently also in beta.

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