Following today’s iOS 9.3, OS X 10.11.4, and tvOS 9.2 updated beta releases, Apple has begun to push out beta 4 of watchOS 2.2 to developers for testing purposes. This comes two weeks after the company began sending out the third beta of the software upgrade for the Apple Watch to devs.
The beta has so far shown to include features such as the ability to pair multiple Apple Watches to a single iPhone (as long as the iPhone in hand has iOS 9.3) and improvements in the Maps app, including the “Nearby” function first introduced in iOS 9.0.
We can expect this new beta to launch alongside the new Apple Watch bands and models at this year’s March event Apple is currently planning. We’ll also see the unveiling of the iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3.
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