Apple started the week on a good note by releasing the new beta versions of its various operating systems. This Monday, the Cupertino giant seeded the second beta of watchOS 3.13 and tvOS 10.1.1 to developers. The software updates are expected to improve the performance of beta-running devices by crushing bugs and enhancing some features. 

Apple Watch app developers can now download the second pre-release version of watchOS 3.1.3 that arrived three weeks after the first beta was launched. The software is downloadable via the dedicated Apple Watch app on the iPhone, and developers can get the new beta by clicking Software Update from the General settings.

MacRumors reminds developers that in order for the installation to be successful, their Apple Watch smartwatches should have at least 50 percent battery life and should be connected to a charger. The smartwatches should also be in close proximity with the iPhones that will be downloading the watchOS 3.1.3 beta 2. 

The new beta software is not expected to come with major changes for Apple’s timepiece. However, PhoneArena reports it is likely to crush certain bugs that disrupt the user experience and enhance certain features of the smartwatch. 

The watchOS 3.1.3 will be the next major update for the Apple Watch since watchOS 3.1. The previous update, watchOS 3.1.1, was rife with technical problems that it bricked several Apple Watch 2 devices. Apple did not fix or re-release watchOS 3.1.1, so most Apple Watch devices are still running watchOS 3.1.

Meanwhile, owners of fourth-generation Apple TVs will be receiving another major software update soon. But for the time being, the developers are getting the second pre-release version of tvOS 10.1.1, which comes almost four weeks since the first beta was launched. 

In a separate report, MacRumors explained that developers can get the new tvOS beta by connecting their Apple TV to a computer using a USB-C to USB-A cable. Developers will then be able to download and install the second tvOS beta software via iTunes or Apple Configurator. 

Just like watchOS 3.1.3 beta 2, the new tvOS beta build is also not expected to bring major changes to the device. It is considered a minor update with a couple of bug fixes and performance enhancements.