A new software update is available tonight for the Apple Watch, a little after watchOS 8.1.1 to fix bugs since watchOS 8.1 a month and a half ago. It’s not watchOS 8.2, but straight up watchOS 8.3 without Apple’s explanation. The update brings compatibility with Apple Music Voice, allowing access to the Apple Music catalog for €4.99 instead of €9.99 per month, but only via Siri, supporting the Privacy Report app implemented with iOS 15.2. and fixes an issue that disrupts mindfulness sessions. User received a notification.
As always, you’ll find this new version on your iPhone’s Apple Watch app under My Watch > General > Software Update. To start the update, both devices must be connected to a Wi-Fi network, the Apple Watch must have more than 50% battery, and the watch must be charged on its roller for the duration of the update.
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