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Apple has just unveiled watchOS 9.5, the latest update to its watchOS 9 operating system. Coming hot on the heels of watchOS 9.4, this fifth major update brings some exciting additions to Apple’s wearable ecosystem.
For those eager to get their hands on watchOS 9.5, the update is available for free download through the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. Simply open the app, navigate to General > Software Update, and you’re good to go. However, before you proceed, make sure your Apple Watch has a minimum battery level of 50 percent, is placed on a charger, and is within range of your trusty iPhone.
So, what can you expect from watchOS 9.5? Well, the highlight is undoubtedly the Pride Celebration watch face, designed to complement the 2023 Pride band. This vibrant and inclusive addition celebrates the LGBTQ+ community and adds a touch of color and inclusivity to your wrist.
Beyond the flashy new watch face, watchOS 9.5 also includes unspecified bug fixes. While Apple remains tight-lipped about the specific issues addressed, it’s reassuring to know that they are constantly working to improve the performance and stability of their devices.
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However, it’s worth noting that watchOS 9.5 is likely to be one of the final updates for watchOS 9. As we look ahead, Apple’s attention will soon shift to watchOS 10, the highly anticipated next iteration of the operating system. Rumors are swirling that we can expect an official unveiling of watchOS 10 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June.