Apple has expelled watchOS 6.2.1 to a open today, bringing bug fixes and opening improvements privately associated to FaceTime. Today’s refurbish for Apple Watch users comes following yesterday’s recover of iOS 13.4.1 and iPadOS 13.4.1.
watchOS 6.2.1 includes a repair for a FaceTime Audio bug that influenced Apple Watch users. Apple explains:
- Fixes an emanate where inclination using watchOS 6.2 could not attend in FaceTime audio calls with inclination using iOS 9.3.6 and progressing or OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 and earlier.
Apple expelled watchOS 6.2 to a open final month, bringing ECG and strange heart stroke facilities to new countries as good as in-app squeeze support. Check out a full coverage of that refurbish here.
To refurbish your Apple Watch to watchOS 6.2.1, we can open a Apple Watch app on your iPhone and daub General afterwards Software Update. You can also refurbish directly from your Apple Watch by opening a Settings app and drumming General afterwards Software Update.
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