Pair multiple Apple Watch why?

A new watchOS 2.2 beta just appeared for developers. watchOS 2.2 beta 2 is the follow up to the original 2.2 beta that launched two weeks ago to the day.

The update is now available as an OTA upgrade via the Software Update section of the Apple Watch app. You must be running the prior beta to see the OTA update for watchOS 2.2 beta 2. The update is also available on the Apple Developer website.

watchOS 2.2 beta 2

watchOS 2.2 beta 2 comes with build number 13V5108c. Like the previous beta, watchOS 2.2 beta 2 requires iOS 9.3 beta to be installed on the iPhone paired with the Apple Watch.

This update, which we went over in detail two weeks ago, features the ability to pair more than one Apple Watch with a single iPhone, and improvements to the maps app. Watch our hands-on video below for more details:

Have you decided to run the watchOS 2.2 beta on your Apple Watch?

  • elrocc

    Keeps giving me the good old can’t connect to the Internet error when searching for the update. I’ve attempted to see if it’ll show up on LTE but still not showing.

    • Erik Pacheco

      I get the same error. Hopefully it can be fixed.

  • Jeff Gagliano

    You have to restore your iPhone to 9.3 beta 2 through iTunes and not update through OTA. I had the same issue until I restored via iTunes. Then I was able to update to watchOS 2.2 beta 2.