Apple has released a new update, watchOS 8.1.1, for Apple Watch today to fix a bug with Series 7 watches. The bug addresses an issue that occurred when charging the smartwatch. Also Read - iPhone SE 3 launch: Apple tipped to unveil yet another affordable iPhone in early 2022
According to the release notes, the update addresses a charging issue with the Apple Watch Series 7. No user-facing features were added or altered, reports AppleInsider. Also Read - Elon Musk has an interesting counter offer for people buying Apple Cloth, check it out here
The new build number for watchOS 8.1.1 is 19R580, replacing build 19R570. watchOS 8.1 was originally released on October 25 with only bug fixes and performance improvements. Also Read - Apple AR headset to launch in late 2022 with mac-level computing power: Kuo
The update will download and install automatically for users who have Automatic Updates enabled, when the Apple Watch is on its charger, charged to at least 50 per cent battery and within the Wi-Fi range of the host iPhone.
Alternatively, users can manually update by navigating to the Apple Watch app on their iPhone, the report said.
(Inputs from IANS)