Posts Tagged ‘watchOS 2’

Apple has taken the internal decision of delaying the public launch of watchOS 2 after discovering what it quite clearly thinks is a substantial bug in the platform. The new Apple Watch firmware, which was until now all set for release into the public domain today, represents the first major update to the operating system that powers Apple’s intelligent timepiece and was set to bring a whole host feature additions and improvements.

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Apple announcement days don’t get much more busy than today, with new iPhones, new iPads, a big new Apple TV refresh and even some Apple Watch love seeing today’s media event turn out to be one of Apple’s most prolific yet.

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Apple today announced released date for final version of iOS 9 and watchOS 2 which will hit iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple Watch user’s devices respectively around the world for free.

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You can now download watchOS 2 GM (Golden Master build) on your Apple Watch and take advantage of all the new features Apple has introduced in this major release for its wearable.

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Here is what to expect from Apple’s iPhone 6s event on September 9. With Apple having announced the date and venue for its next mega event, expectations now are on an all time high. All eyes are on the Cupertino giant as it prepares to launch its 2015 flagship smartphones, along with new iPads, new Apple TV and some accessories for Apple Watch.

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Apple is undeniably placing a lot of emphasis on the Apple Watch, and rightly so. Early indications suggest that the first iteration of the company’s “most personal product yet” has made an immediate impact with consumers, something which can only get better with the public release of watchOS 2 in the coming weeks. Like its other products, such as the iPhone and iPad, Apple prefers to maintain a certain level of control over what is and isn’t possible with its watch. Now, thanks to some internal tinkering by developer Hamza Sood, one of those Apple imposed limitations has been removed; that is the ability to add custom watch faces to the device.

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Here’s everything – features and any other changes – that is new in the latest watchOS 2 beta 5 for Apple Watch. After previous watchOS betas suffered from quite a few frustrating bugs including slow performance and battery life issues, the release of watchOS 2 beta 5 is a welcome one for anyone testing the software on their watch.

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Apple has today released an updated version of TestFlight, meaning developers can finally start testing iOS 9 and watchOS 2 apps on real hardware. While the update stops just short of allowing developers to publish apps to external beta testers, today’s update is a welcome addition, and one that is a sign that Apple is edging ever nearer to iOS 9 and watchOS 2 releases.

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Every other Tuesday Apple releases a whole bunch of new betas, and today is one of those days. We already told you about the new, fourth beta release of iOS 9 and Apple has now also pushed new releases of OS X 10.11 El Capitan and watchOS 2 out to developers. Accessible via either the Developer Portal or the App Store if you are installing El Capitan, the new betas are available to download right now.

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Here’s how to downgrade watchOS 2 beta on Apple Watch to the current watchOS GM release, according to an official Apple document. You will be required to send off your Apple Watch to Apple for this process. The complete steps are outlined here.

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OS X 10.11 El Capitan and watchOS 2 beta 3 download is now available for registered developers. Here’s how you can update if you’re already running previous betas or are just starting from scratch.

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Apart from iOS 9 beta 2 download for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Apple has also released OS X 10.11 El Capitan beta 2 for Mac, and watchOS 2 beta 2 for the Apple Watch. Both new builds are available to download right now for developers enrolled in the Apple Developer Program.

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