23 July 2019
Apple has started rolling out latest developer betas for its respective operating systems including iOS 13 and watchOS 6. The latter one is meant for Apple Watch smartwatches and has been released within two weeks of the previous beta. It is the newest developer beta for devs to try out the new OS and prepare their apps for future stable builds.
With watchOS 6 beta 3, Apple has enabled the ability to remove select stock apps. This is a functionality which was first spotted in the second beta but was disabled at that time. It means users will not have to stuck with the default apps that keep occupying the storage space as well as the home screen app layout. This will surely be appreciated by many users around the world.
Other than this, the new watchOS iteration is packed with a stand-alone App Store on the smartwatch. It means a user does not have to rely on the iPhone to get apps installed on the wearable. This is one thing that people have been asking for a long time and finally, Apple has added the functionality.
It is a developer beta which means you will need an Apple developer account for the same. If you already have one, you will receive the update as an OTA like any other stable build. If you happen to use the build, you can share your views with us using the comments section below