Apple just released iOS 8.2 beta 5 to developers, the latest version of a future major update to its mobile operating system that should launch right around the time the Apple Watch hits the market. This is the version that supports WatchKit, after all, so it’s going to include all of the support required for adding and managing apps on your Apple Watch.
According to MacRumors, the latest update includes Xcode 6.2 beta 5 with WatchKit. It should also offer some other changes, such as bug fixes and performance improvements, as developer releases typically do. It may even have some other hidden features, and we’ll keep our eye out for whatever those might be.
Developers interested in the release can find it in the iOS Developer Center now.