Citing the ever popular “trusted source,” BGR reports that Apple will be releasing iOS 8.2 to the public in March. iOS 8.2 is required for the company’s upcoming Apple Watch, due to debut in April.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said last week that the Apple Watch is set for release in April, but didn’t specify an exact date. Apple has reportedly asked a few developers to begin submitting their Apple Watch apps for testing.
iOS 8.2 is currently in the beta stages, released only to developers and internal Apple users. iOS 8.2, and Xcode 6.2 – with its WatchKit tools – are required to develop third-party apps for Apple’s upcoming wrist-worn device.
The most current version of iOS is iOS 8.1.3, which was released last week. The update fixed a number of bugs and reduced the amount of storage required to update iOS directly on a device.