“Apple has today released beta 2 download of watchOS 3.1 and tvOS 10.0.1 to developers,” Paul Morris writes for Redmond Pie.

“One of Apple’s most exciting product lines, the Apple Watch, powered by watchOS, is now sitting at version 3.1 with developers,” Morris writes. “As with the first available beta issued last week, watchOS 3.1 beta 2 focuses predominantly on streamlining the experience via the Apple Watch by eradicating bugs and enhancing performance where possible”

“tvOS is not only an extremely interesting platform and proposition for consumers, but also for Apple as a company as it powers one of the company’s most immature product lines, the fourth-generation Apple TV,” Morris writes. “Today’s beta 2 seed doesn’t look to contain any additional outward-facing changes or additional feature additions that enhance the tvOS prospect. Instead, as you would expect from a point release of this nature, Apple has focused on introducing bug fixes and making enhancements where necessary to provide a better and more polished experience.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Both of these betas seem focused on performance enhancements. Speed!