Earlier today, Apple seeded the first developer beta of tvOS 13.4.8, and now watchOS is getting some attention today as well.

On Wednesday, Apple seeded the first beta of watchOS 6.2.8 to developers. This prerelease software arrives two weeks after Apple launched watchOS 6.2.5 to the public, and just a couple of days after the company released watchOS 6.2.6 with security fixes in tow.

This update is minor in scope, focusing on behind-the-scenes tweaks and general improvements. It will more than likely not include any major forward facing new features for the end user. However, if new features are discovered in the software we will update this post accordingly.

The prerelease software is available now for registered developers. To update the Apple Watch, the Apple Watch must have 50% battery, must be connected to its charger, and be connected to the iPhone as well. The new software can be downloaded and installed by opening the Watch app and selecting General –> Software Update and following the onscreen instructions.

Earlier today, Apple seeded the first developer beta of tvOS 13.4.8. And, earlier this week, the company seeded the first developer beta of iOS and iPadOS 13.5.5.