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Apple unveiled the latest watchOS 9.6 update today for the Apple Watch. Though it might be considered a minor update, its significance cannot be underestimated. This comes merely a month after the launch of watchOS 9.5, which introduced the trendy 2023 Pride watch face.
The best part about this new software update is that it’s entirely free for all Apple Watch owners. To get your hands on the watchOS 9.6 update, simply open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, head to “General,” and tap on “Software Update.” As with any update, ensure your beloved Apple Watch has a minimum of 50 percent battery life, place it on its charger, and ensure it remains within range of your iPhone during the installation process.
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Apple Watch users can rest easy knowing that watchOS 9.6 primarily focuses on fixing bugs and bolstering security. While no groundbreaking features were announced, these behind-the-scenes improvements are critical in providing a smooth and secure user experience. Apple’s commitment to constantly fine-tuning its products demonstrates its dedication to customer satisfaction.