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What’s new with watchOS 3.1.1

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What’s new with watchOS 3.1.1

Apple, along with iOS 10.2, has also released watchOS 3.1.1, a new update to watchOS. Apple released the  3.1 update at the end of October, and now, the company offers a number of innovations with the update to watchOS 3.1.1.


With WatchOS 3.1.1 update, Apple Watches are starting to support Unicode 9 emojis announced with iOS 10.2. This update, which allows you to change the skin tones of emojis, focuses on performance improvements and bug fixes. For example, it corrects a problem that affects the ability to respond correctly to update notifications and it solves another one which could prevent contact names from appearing in the Messages application and in notifications. Fixing a problem that prevents event rings from being displayed on the hour clock, the new update also prevents the watch to  show the incorrect date, which could be displayed in the Calendar application’s month view. To download the update, make sure that your Apple Watch is connected to Wi-Fi, your iPhone is connected, is plugged into the charger and its is at least 50 percent full.

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