Apple on Monday also announced watchOS 9.0.2 along with iOS 16.0.3. fixes Spotify, microphone issue, and more in the update, which is now accessible to Apple Watch users.
What has changed with watchOS 9.0.2– fixes Spotify, microphone issue, and more
Apple claims that the watchOS update made today also resolves a problem where snooze alarm notifications remain even after an alarm has been removed. With the release of watchOS 9.0.2, another issue with the synchronization of Wallet and Fitness data has also been resolved.
The complete release notes for watchOS 9.0.2 are available below:
Snooze alarm alerts for Assistive Touch users remain even after the alarm is removed, interrupting Spotify’s music streaming.
Audio from the microphone is interrupted for certain Apple Watch Series 8 and Ultra users. Incomplete Wallet and Fitness data synchronization for newly-paired Apple Watch users.
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By opening the Watch app on your iPhone, selecting the General menu, and then selecting the Software Upgrade option, you may update your Apple Watch. The update for today has the build number 20R383. It should be noted that an Apple Watch Series 4 or later is required for watchOS 9.
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