Apple has released a new stable version of watchOS today for all its smartwatches. The watchOS 6.1.3 update brings some critical bug fixes for Apple Watch owners.
The Cupertino-based smartwatch maker has released watchOS 6.1.3 to all the Apple Watch users, and the update brings bug fixes and performance improvements. The update fixes a bug that prevented the irregular heart rhythm from being detected and notified to users in Iceland.
Apart from this critical bug fix, nothing concrete has been mentioned in the official changelog. The update is compatible with all the Apple Watch models except for the original Apple Watch. For Apple Watch users who pair their smartwatch with an iPhone running iOS 12, the company has released the watchOS 5.3.5 update with the same bug fixes and improvements.
Apple is also testing watchOS 6.2, and we expect the company to release a new public beta version later today along with iOS 13.4 Beta 2 and iPadOS 13.4 Beta 2. The watchOS 6.2 beta update brings support for in-app purchases for watchOS apps and an ability to purchase universal apps that also work across iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and tvOS.