Apple has released watchOS 6.0.1 to the public. The latest watchOS 6.0.1 arrives with enhanced security features and better performance. Apple has also resolved a couple of issues that existed on watchOS 6.1.
Apple has released the first watchOS 6.1 developers beta alongside macOS Catalina Beta 9. Just a week ago, Apple released watchOS 6 to the public.
Alongside iOS 13, Apple also released watchOS 6 for all compatible Apple Watch models out there. The latest release of watchOS comes with a number of new watch faces, a dedicated App Store, new complications, and more.
With the watchOS update, we’re getting closer to an independent Apple Watch. Now, you can download apps right on the Apple Watch and manage many Watch dependent settings right from your wrist. Here are the best watchOS 6 tips and tricks that you should know about.
Alongside the Apple Watch Series 5, Apple also announced the public release date of watchOS 6 for all compatible Apple Watch variants.
Apple has released eighth developer beta for tvOS 13 and ninth beta for watchOS 6. It is worth noting that Apple is just weeks away from releasing the final version of tvOS 13 and watchOS 6.
Starting with watchOS 6, Apple will allow Apple Watch users to delete pre-installed system apps. This functionality is currently missing from the watchOS 6 beta build released by Apple.
Alongside the second developer beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, Apple also released the second developer beta of watchOS 6, tvOS 13, and macOS Catalina.
Apple Watch Series 4 is getting a stylish update with watchOS 6. A major part of watchOS 6 is going to half a dozen new watch faces. Plus, there are a couple of new Apple apps and new specialized features to talk about. Read on to find out everything that’s new in watchOS 6.
Plan on installing watchOS 6 developer beta on your Apple Watch? You might want to reconsider your decision. This is because while one can install the watchOS 6 developer beta on their Apple Watch in just a few steps, there is no way to downgrade it back to watchOS 5.3. Yep, you read that right!