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.
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