On the morning of February 19th, Apple officially released watchOS 6.1.3 today, the fifth update to the watchOS 6 operating system, three weeks after watchOS 6.1.2. This update primarily fixes arrhythmia and notifications that make it even more difficult for users of Iceland to work on the Apple Watch.
Users who want to install software updates need to ensure that the Apple Watch is at least 50% charged or placed on the charger and must be within the range of iPhone communications that are already connected to the wireless LAN.
This update includes improvements and bug fixes, which primarily fix arrhythmia and notification snares that don’t work properly on the Apple Watch for Users in Iceland. Apple also released WatchOS 5.3.5, which is used to match older Apple Watch users.
In addition, according to the latest reports inmedia, Apple plans to hold a media event at the end of March, the iPhone SE 2 generation and “bath ba” iPad Pro is likely to be released at the event. (Yu Ze)