Just after the release of the official IOS 15.0.2, Apple on Monday also released the official WatchOS 8.0.1. This release is the first official update to the WatchOS 8. Apple announced WatchOS 8 along with iPhone 15 and other upgrades in September 2021. New edition features include Focus Mode, improvements to the Always-On mode Mindful app, new watch faces, and Air Tag support. You can update your Apple Watch by going to the Watch app on an iPhone and then General > Software Updates.
According to Apple, watchOS 8.0.1 comes with the bug fixes meant for Apple Watch and resolves two major bugs that were found in Apple Watch Series-3 Models. Firstly, the new update fixes the issue with the update progress, where it wasn’t being properly shown. On the other hand, the second bug was the unavailability of accessibility settings in some cases. All of this has been fixed with today’s update.
A new watchOS OS update was published for iOS 3 and later users. WatchOS had launched on 19 September alongside iOS 15 and other updates to Apple’s operating systems. The new version includes focus, improved always-on mode, Mindfulness App, and new watch face support. By going to watch apps on your iOS you may update your Apple Watches.
It was initially released on September 20 along with the IOS 15 and other various updates to Apple’s operating systems. This new version of watchOS is bug-free and contains numerous features such as improved focus, Always-on mode, and others. Apple hasn’t generally talked about all the specified changes that they did, however, according to the updates, the results are satisfying.
The update will install and download automatically for users who have the Auto-Updates option on, but only when the Watch is on its charger and is charged to at least 50% battery and within the range of Wi-Fi. Other than that, the users can also install the updates manually.