It’s been a busy day for Apple software updates. Just moments after releasing iOS 9.2, tvOS 9.1, and OS X El Capitan 10.11.2, WatchOS 2.1 has landed for the Apple Watch.
Most notably, the update offers a number of bug fixes and support for more languages.
To update your device, open up the Apple Watch app on the iPhone and head to the My Watch tab. Select General, and then choose Software Update. Then follow the on-screen instructions. Just to note, your watch needs to be connected to a charger and have more than 50 percent battery life remaining.
For other news today, see: Apple releases first ever official battery case for iPhone, Apple retail stores now selling Devialet’s high-end Phantom speakers, and Apple launches a USB 3.0-speed SD Card Reader for the iPad Pro.