Apple recently rolled out the third watchOS 3.2 beta for developer testing on Apple Watch. The watchOS 3.2 beta 3 comes with SiriKit and Theater Mode, which deactivates mute alerts and raise-to-wake features.
Apple Watch: Theater Mode
The watchOS 3.2 beta 3 brings a new Theater Mode, which allows the users to automatically mute alerts on their Apple Watch and prevents waking the screen on wrist raise or arm movement. Haptic feedback-based notifications are still accessible while in Theater Mode, which can be viewed by tapping the Digital Crown, as per Mac Rumors.
Apple Watch Features SiriKit
The watchOS 3.2 beta 3 includes SiriKit, which offers users to book a ride, make payments, send messages and accept incoming calls. It might also track workouts and helps in searching photos. SiriKit is only limited to iOS apps. SiriKit has been available on iOS smart devices since the release of iOS 10. However, it is new to the Apple Watch.
watchOS 3.2 Beta 3: Where And How To Download?
The watchOS 3.2 beta can be downloaded through the Apple Watch app via iPhone. First, select "General," then choose "Software Update" after installing the proper configuration. The Apple recommends the device to have 50 percent battery and must be connected to its charger. Thus, it must be within the scope of the iPhone while downloading.
According to Today's iPhone, the third watchOS 3.2 beta is accessible via Apple's Developer Center. The watchOS 3.2 beta 3 requires iOS 10.3 to download and strictly just only for developers. Additionally, Apple is working on developer betas for iOS 10.3 for iPhone and iPad. It is also aiming to test macOS 10.12.4 for Mac and tvOS 10.2 for Apple TV.
watchOS 3.2 Beta 2
Previously, Apple rolled out the watchOS 3.2 beta 2, which offered Control Center, as per 9 To 5 Mac, The Control Center featured button for the battery status, airplane mode and mute button. It also came with "Do Not Disturb," "Find My Phone," "Water Lock" and "Theater Mode." It also featured an "AirPlay" toggle.