As the months go by, from Cupertino, they continue to launch new updates to all the operating systems that we can currently find on the market, both on Mac, as well as on the iPhone, Apple Watch and tvOS. The jackpot for the moment, in terms of number of updates, goes to iOS with almost 10 updates since its launch.
This appears to have forced Tim Cook's company to make the release of iOS versions independent from other operating systems, especially macOS, since in the end, iOS updates are related to both watchOS and tvOS, although to a lesser extent. Since yesterday, iOS, tvOS and watchOS users already have a new beta available.
For a few hours, Apple has made available to developers a nnew beta of watchOS 6.1.1, the next update that Apple's Apple Watch will receive. This version, like all those released from Apple's offices, is only available to developers, and for now it will continue to be so in the future, because we cannot connect it by cable to a computer to restore it from the factory in in case the beta does not work properly.
As for Apple TV, the beta that is currently available in issue 13.3, a beta that focuses on improve device performance and security, and that it does not plan to add any new functionality beyond improving those that came with the release of tvOS 13, which were very few.
If you are a user of the macOS Catalina 10.15.2 betas, which we are currently in, we will probably have to wait Until next weekIf we take into account that since Cupertino they have launched the first three betas with a difference of one week.