Apple released ‘watchOS 7.1 and tvOS 14.2’ release candidate to beta testers
Apple has released the watchOS 7.1 Release Candidate build to Apple Watch engineer and public beta testers today. The update brings new earphone level highlights and then some.
Apple is moving away from the previously-utilized golden master naming for close last beta releases. All things considered, going ahead the company will utilize the expression “Release Candidate,” or RC to reference a close last beta delivery. We originally observed this with a week ago’s arrival of the iOS 14.2 RC.
Here are the release notes for the watchOS 7.1 RC build released to testers today:
- Adds the capacity to be advised when your earphone level could affect your hearing
- Adds support for the ECG application on Apple Watch Series 4 or later in the Republic of Korea and Russia
- Adds support for unpredictable heart rhythm notifications in the Republic of Korea and Russia
- Resolves an issue that kept a few clients from unlocking Mac with Apple Watch
- Fixes an issue where the screen might be dark on wrist raise for some Apple Watch Series 6 clients
The release candidate version of watchOS 7.1 is likely the last beta arrival of watchOS 7.1. We anticipate that the public stable form should be delivered to all Apple Watch clients as ahead of schedule as one week from now.
Apple today has additionally released the tvOS 14.2 Release Candidate to developers and public beta clients.