The upcoming watchOS 4.1 software update has reached the developer beta 4 now as we continue to inch closer to its commercial release, probably around the time iPhone X is scheduled to land on store shelves two weeks from today.
Beta 4 contains no major changes aside from the usual bug fixes and speed improvements.
The first major update to the software powering Apple Watch following the initial watchOS 4 release in September, the watchOS 4.1 software brings several new features.
Some of the more important changes in watchOS 4.1 include a new Wi-Fi toggle in Control Center, over a hundred new emoji, a brand new Radio app, untethered streaming of Apple Music, Beats 1 and your iCloud Music Library over Wi-Fi or cellular and other changes.
For those wondering, Apple Pay Cash should launch with watchOS 4.1 and iOS 11.1.
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