Apple has officially released watchOS 2.2.2 to the public, following several weeks of beta releases for developers to test out. The new software is a marginal update to watchOS 2.2.1, which was released on May 16. The new software will include the standard bug fixes, as well as stability improvements.
To get the new software, the Apple Watch must be paired with an iPhone, the battery must be charged to at least 50%, and it also needs to be connected to the charger.
tvOS 9.2.2 isn’t any different in scope, including a focus on behind-the-scenes tweaks and improvements. It’ll include bug fixes as well. The fourth-generation Apple TV will update automatically once the set-top box receives the update, but if you don’t want to wait, simply head into the Settings area, find System, and then search for the update manually.