Today Apple has seeded new developer betas for macOS Big Sur and watchOS 7. With this release developer betas for both of these operating systems are on second developer beta right along side iOS 14 developer beta, which also saw the release of second beta today.
If you are running macOS Big Sur beta on your Mac, then you can head over to the Software Update section of System Preferences in order to download the new update on your computer.
watchOS 7 users can download the update by opening the Watch app on their device.
macOS Big Sur is a major update for the Mac operating system, which finally brings it to version number 11.0. The new OS features big changes on both inside and outside. It not only brings a design refresh for the Mac user-interface that includes a fresh new look for apps and dock icons, but also brings support for ARM processors and thus paving the way for Apple’s own silicone chips for the Mac.
watchOS 7 also brings big changes for Apple Watch users. Some of the big features including Sleep Tracking, Face sharing, new Watch Faces, Shortcut app support, New workouts, Cycling features, hand washing reminders, improved Siri and more.