Alongside the latest iOS and OS X iterations, Apple pushed out a new update for Apple Watch and TV users. The watchOS 2.2 update adds support to pair multiple watches to one iPhone, brings improvements to Map apps and new language support. Besides, you should be able to enjoy other improvements and bug fixes.
Changelog for watchOS 2.2
- Adds support for pairing multiple Apple Watches to one iPhone
- Adds Nearby in Maps to browse for places around you by category, including Food, Shopping, and more
- Adds support for system language in Catalan, Croatia, Slovak, Romania and Ukrainian
- Adds support for dictation in Catalan, Croatian, Slovak, Romanian, Ukrainian, and English (Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Indonesia)
- Adds support for Siri in Malay, Finnish, and Hebrew
- Increases frequency of background heart rate measurements when you are stationary
To install the update ensure that Apple Watch is in the range of your iPhone, which is connected to Wi-Fi. The watch should have at least 50% battery charge. To get the new update, connect the smartwatch to power and keep it on charge until the update is complete. Launch the watch app on your iPhone, tap MY Watch tab>> General>> Software Update. Enter your iPhone passcode or Apple Watch passcode when prompted to do so. Now wait until the update is over, after which the device will restart on its own. Head over to the Apple support site to know more about the security features added in the updates.
Apple tvOS 9.2
Users of Apple TV (4th Generation) should now be able to experience the new tvOS version 9.2 that brings new features such as support for wireless keyboards, dictation, Siri support for App Store searches, app folder on the Home screen, a revamped app switcher, Siri Remote improvements, support for Live Photos and iCloud Photo Library, and other improvements. To check the update for your Apple TV, head over to Settings then select System>> Software Updates and update Software.