Rounding out Apple’s Monday beta update-palooza is watchOS 5 developer beta 6 for the Apple Watch.
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Along with iOS 12 Developer Beta 3, Apple released watchOS 5 beta 3 for Apple Watch on Tuesday.
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Apple re-seeded watchOS 5 Developer Beta 1 on Monday, 5 days after it was the new Apple Watch operating system was pulled.
Did you try to update your Apple Watch to the watchOS 5 beta last night but couldn’t find any available updates? You’re not going crazy. Apple late Tuesday quietly pulled the first watchOS 5 beta as large numbers of users began to report installation issues.
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