Apple releases watchOS 6.2 and watchOS 5.3.6
In addition to iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4, Apple also releases watchOS 6.2 to the public. The update offers support for in-app purchases to the app of Apple Watch, features ECG in most countries , and so on. Read on for the full details.
Apple says that watchOS 6.2 finally brings support for in-app purchases applications Apple Watch. This means we can make in-app purchases directly from the Apple Watch, which is great news for the growing number of apps for the Apple Watch is completely independentof the.
watchOS 6.2 also brings the app ECG in three new countries: Chile, New Zealand and Turkey. Notifications of irregular heart rhythms now available in these three countries.
The application ECG allows users to take an electrocardiogram, measuring the electrical impulses of the heart. Notifications of heart rate irregular not require the ECG is active.
Finally, Apple says that watchOS 6.2 includes a fix for bug that could affect music playback when you switch from Wi-Fi connectivity to Bluetooth.
Here are the complete release notes for watchOS 6.2:
watchOS 6.2 includes new features, enhancements and bug fixes:
- Introduces in-app purchases for the app of the Apple Watch
- Resolves an issue where music playback could be paused when you went from Wi-Fi to Bluetooth
- The app ECG on the Apple Watch Series 4 or later is now available in Chile, New Zealand and Turkey
- Notifications of irregular heart rhythms now available in Chile, New Zealand and Turkey
watchOS 6.2 can be downloaded free of charge via the Apple app Watch dedicated on the iPhone by going to General> software Update. To install the new software, the Apple Watch must have at least 50 percent of the battery, the battery must be placed on a charger and must be in the radius of action of the iPhone.
Apple has also released watchOS 5.3.6 for people who use an Apple Watch with an iPhone that can run iOS 13.
watchOS 6.2 may be one of the last major updates of the operating system watchOS 6 since Apple began to shift their attention on watchOS 7, which is currently in the development phase.