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  • Apple Releases watchOS 2.0.1 to the Public Alongside iOS 9.1


    Apple, alongside iOS 9.1, has released watchOS 2.0.1 on Wednesday with a variety of improvements including stability improvements, bug fixes, performance improvements, and even the same Emojis that launched with iOS 9.1.

    The new watchOS 2.0.1 update includes the following updates:

    Quote Originally Posted by Apple
    This update contains new emoji characters, performance improvements, and bug fixes, including:
    • Fixes an issue that could cause software updates to stall
    • Fixes issues that were impacting battery performance
    • Resolves an issue that prevented a managed iPhone from syncing iOS Calendar events to Apple Watch
    • Addresses an issue that could prevent location information from properly updating
    • Fixes an issue that could cause Digital Touch to send from an email address instead of a phone number
    • Addresses an issue that could cause instability when using a Live Photo as a watch face
    • Resolves an issue that allows the sensors to stay on indefinitely when using Siri to measure heart rate


    For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website:
    Apple security updates - Apple Support
    To install the watchOS 2.0.1 update, you must connect your Apple Watch to a power source and have at least 50% of its battery remaining. If you do, you can go to your iPhone that is paired with the Apple Watch, open the Apple Watch application, and then to go General > Software Update.

    It's recommended for everyone due to the fact that it improves stability with the device and even increases battery life.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Releases watchOS 2.0.1 to the Public Alongside iOS 9.1 started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 15 Comments
    1. bmwraw8482's Avatar
      bmwraw8482 -
      Do u need 9.1 for this update or can you do it from 9.0.x?
    1. novadam's Avatar
      novadam -
      Quote Originally Posted by bmwraw8482 View Post
      Do u need 9.1 for this update or can you do it from 9.0.x?
      I just did it with a jailbroken 9.0.2.
    1. bmwraw8482's Avatar
      bmwraw8482 -
      Quote Originally Posted by novadam View Post
      I just did it with a jailbroken 9.0.2.
      Thanks. I was just about to update my post cuz I just did the same thing
    1. bmwraw8482's Avatar
      bmwraw8482 -
      [emoji15]
    1. rreed410's Avatar
      rreed410 -
      I want Apple Watch so bad can you txt on them
    1. steve-z17's Avatar
      steve-z17 -
      Quote Originally Posted by rreed410 View Post
      I want Apple Watch so bad can you txt on them
      You can read messages from them and respond using short answers that are already typed up for you or you can use voice to text. Other than that you have to use your phone to respond back since it would be extremely difficult to reply back using a tiny keyboard on the watch.
    1. yahoochat's Avatar
      yahoochat -
      Looking forward to iOS 9.1 JB[emoji3]
    1. Yzord's Avatar
      Yzord -
      Update isn't working for me. Keep getting a spinning wheel [emoji21]

      9.0.2 jailbroken
    1. Dhawkins541's Avatar
      Dhawkins541 -
      If they had some sort of short hand quick type keyboard for the watch that would be pretty cool or maybe using a force touch t9 with phone keypad that be cool too.
    1. Nuff Said's Avatar
      Nuff Said -
      Quote Originally Posted by Dhawkins541 View Post
      If they had some sort of short hand quick type keyboard for the watch that would be pretty cool or maybe using a force touch t9 with phone keypad that be cool too.
      No it wouldn't. There's no way typing on the watch will ever be feasible. Voice-to-text is the best way.
    1. Dhawkins541's Avatar
      Dhawkins541 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Nuff Said View Post
      No it wouldn't. There's no way typing on the watch will ever be feasible. Voice-to-text is the best way.
      Wow, I'm glad since you think something isn't possible that it's not worth attempting or doing and voice to text isn't the best way or we'd all just skip keyboards altogether on our phones. If you can use the little drawling feature to send words to other  watches then typing isn't impossible.
    1. Yzord's Avatar
      Yzord -
      I've sold mine today. Couldn't get used to it and wanted my Breitling back on my wrist.
    1. Nuff Said's Avatar
      Nuff Said -
      Quote Originally Posted by Dhawkins541 View Post
      Wow, I'm glad since you think something isn't possible that it's not worth attempting or doing and voice to text isn't the best way or we'd all just skip keyboards altogether on our phones. If you can use the little drawling feature to send words to other  watches then typing isn't impossible.
      You bring up phones when I'm talking about a tiny wrist watch?? Voice to text will always be better than one finger typing. Just plain common sense. There's no other way typing could be made more efficient with such tiny real estate to work with. You think drawing will be better than talk to text?
    1. Dhawkins541's Avatar
      Dhawkins541 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Nuff Said View Post
      You bring up phones when I'm talking about a tiny wrist watch?? Voice to text will always be better than one finger typing. Just plain common sense. There's no other way typing could be made more efficient with such tiny real estate to work with. You think drawing will be better than talk to text?
      Let's just agree to disagree you may not like the idea, but maybe I do and sometimes people differ in opinions. The option would work with t9 text entry like I stated in my original post and guess what when I'm in a meeting or something sometimes that be easier than canned msgs or vtt.
    1. novadam's Avatar
      novadam -
      Quote Originally Posted by Yzord View Post
      I've sold mine today. Couldn't get used to it and wanted my Breitling back on my wrist.
      #humblebrag