Yesterday we saw Apple releasing the first iOS 11.3, macOS 10.13.3 and tvOS 11.3 betas, but we didn’t see anything related to watchOS, as it seems that they have saved it for today with the release of the first watchOS 4.3 developer-only beta although in the next few days we will see the public beta, as we have seen today the iOS 11.3 public one.
The new features in this new version are totally null , not like in the rest of the operating systems where we saw, although few, some new features. We are waiting to install it in our terminals to be able to see the possible new functionalities.
So far, according to Apple’s own notes only the possibility for developers to develop on this version of the operating system has been included. Although the weight of this update is 341 MB we have not been told anything else.
It will probably solve performance and security issues that are obviously not made public, although we will have to wait for future betas to be able to observe the steps Apple is taking in this direction and if they end up including some kind of functionality or it will be a version without anything significant.
It is worth remembering that WWDC 2018 is just around the corner and it is logical that there is little or no news, as everything is being saved for watchOS 5.