Today Apple released the 5th beta of watchOS 3.2, which has been released to developers today for testing and should be making its way to all users of Apple’s smartwatch at some point soon.

The 3.2 beta brings a number of features to developers, allowing users to test them out alongside their apps ahead of its official releases.

One of the most notable of these features is the new Theater Mode which disables raise-to-wake and mutes all of the smartphone’s alerts when you enable it.

Users still receive notifications and haptic feedback while in Theater Mode, and they can view these by tapping the screen or by pressing the Digital Crown when in the mode, however, its main aim is stop you from annoying other people in the theater, so you probably shouldn’t do that in the theater.

No specific features have been uncovered for the fourth version of this beta just yet and as Apple doesn’t reveal them beta-by-beta normally, we will have to find out in due course.

If we do we will update you. We expect that Apple might reveal more during the upcoming WWDC event.

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