It can be very tempting to install watchOS beta on Apple Watch. That’s because it allows you to get your hands on features and changes that the general public doesn’t yet have access to. However, we sometimes regret the decisions we make and the commitments we make in life. And that’s okay - curiosity pushes us to try something new that we won’t necessarily like in the future. Whether the experience is too bad or you simply miss out on stability in your life, we have some good news for you. You can switch from watchOS beta to the stable version on the Apple Watch, and we’ve put together a guide to help you.
Switching from watchOS beta to stable
Stay in beta until the next stable release
Some users have tried watchOS beta and enjoyed its features, but no longer want to receive future beta. I also want to keep the new features included in the current beta. In this case, there is an easy way to stay current while notifying the update servers that the beta updates are no longer of interest. The Apple Watch will then receive the next stable release, rather than the beta versions of watchOS.
- Launch Clock iPhone app.
- Scroll down and tap Profile.
- Click on the watchOS beta configuration profile.
- Press Remove profilethen enter your iPhone password when prompted.
- Restart the Apple Watch after that and voila! The next watchOS update you receive will be stable, rather than beta - unless you reinstall the deleted profile.
Return to the latest stable release
Unfortunately, Apple still doesn’t allow users to come back when it comes to watchOS. You will need to stay on the watchOS beta channel until the next stable release. if you really you want to withdraw, you can go to an Apple Store or an authorized repair center and they will do it for you.
Will you switch to stable watchOS instead of beta? Why or why not? Let us know in the comments section below.