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In a bid to resolve battery drainage concerns, Apple has unveiled watchOS 10.1.1, a crucial bug-fix update for the watchOS 10 operating system, initially released in September. This latest iteration comes hot on the heels of the launch of watchOS 10.1, which introduced the much-anticipated Double Tap and NameDrop features.
To get your hands on watchOS 10.1.1, simply head to the Apple Watch app on your iPhone running iOS 17 or later. From there, navigate to General > Software Update for a seamless installation process. It’s important to note that your Apple Watch should have a minimum of 50 percent battery and be placed on a charger during the update.
Today’s update is laser-focused on tackling the battery predicament that some Apple Watch users have encountered. Post the watchOS 10.1 release, murmurs of battery-related woes started to circulate. Over the weekend, Apple addressed the issue through a memo, reassuring users that a solution would be swiftly delivered via a software update.
This latest release not only promises to resolve the battery quagmire but also brings with it a slew of important bug fixes, ensuring a smoother user experience overall.
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