Apple rolls out Watch OS 2.0.1 with battery improvements for the Apple Watch

For Apple community this week is marked with updates all over. Not only Apple iOS 9 for iPhone and iPad got the updated iOS 9.1 but also the Apple Watch and Apple TV users got similar upgrade packages. The updates rolled out to Apple customers include the iOS 9.1, the OS X, the Watch OS 2.0.1 and the Gold Master tv OS.

Featuring almost a similar degree of upgrades with some new addition in the respective area made the updates worth considering. Here lets talks about the new iOS 2.0.1 that brings some key improvements especially in the area of battery performance. Additionally you will love its new and impressive emoji collections.

Another key area in the Watch OS 2.0.1 is the long awaited bug fixes.  After getting the updates on your Apple Watch you will probably find many of recent software issues solved. The issues that were addressed include the poor battery, issues with software updates and syncing app data.

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Apple releases watch OS 2.0.1 with battery improvements

The new Apple Watch OS users have been reported with a number of issues related with the software. According to certain reports many of its users have faced issues of stalling software updates that prevented its users from getting updates. While some other users reported issues while trying to sync the iOS event data to the Apple Watch. Its digital touch was also reported with issues like sending from email instead of phone number following the touch.

All these and some other issues are addressed well in the new Watch OS update. According to the description of the updates the Watch OS 2.0.2 carrying new emoji will solve all of the issues reported. Alongside the Watch OS updates now we also have a Gold Master release of the tvOS. The new tvOS brings some key improvements with additional features against the older one that we’ll discuss separately.

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