WatchOS 2.1 for Apple Watch Adds Languages
Apple today released watchOS 2.1 for the Apple Watch. The refreshed platform chiefly delivers a new set of languages, including Arabic, Czech, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Malay, Portugese, and Vietnamese. Accordingly, the platform gains right-to-left language support, and Siri is able to recognize and receive dictation in several of these languages. In addition to the new languages, watchOS 2.1 resolves a number of bugs, such as one plaguing the calendar and others impacting third-party apps. Apple's watchOS 2.1 system update is free to download and install through the owner's iPhone.
Apple Releases WatchOS 4.0 for the Apple Watch
Apple today made watchOS 4.0 available to the Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2 wearables. The platform prioritizes the heart rate monitor.
WatchOS 2.0.1 Fixes Bugs
Apple today released watchOS 2.0.1 for the Apple Watch. The system update largely resolves bugs, such as those impacting calendar sync, battery performance, and system installs.
Apple Announces WatchOS 4.0
Apple today announced watchOS 4.0, a refresh of its wearable platform. One of the fist items to be added to watchOS 4.0 is a new Siri watch face that includes the owner's personalized data, such as commute times, calendar appointments, reminders, photo memories, weather updates, and more.
Apple Pushes WatchOS 3.2 Beta to Developers
Apple today made a new beta version of watchOS available to developers. WatchOS 3.2 beta 1 includes two core additions to the platform: theater mode and SiriKit.