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Apple releases watchOS 6.1.3 and 5.3.5

Apple has released watchOS 6.1.3 and watchOS 5.3.5 to fix critical issues. This update fixed an issue which prevented the notification for “irregular heart rhythms” from popping up on your Apple Watch. Apple last released an update for the Apple Watch almost three weeks back, which was watchOS 6.1.2. The update size is around 48MB, so you can download it quick and with ease.

People buy Apple Watch because of its health and activity features, and because of its seamless connection with the iPhone. Consumers trust Apple products for warning them about their health issues which is why Apple has released a quick and emergency update to fix the issue. This issue was specifically affecting Iceland. Heart diseases have been a major cause of deaths in Iceland.

For those of you who are running iOS 12 on your iPhone, there’s a watchOS update for you too. watchOS 5.3.5 also fixes the same issue as mentioned above.

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According to Apple’s update,

Source: iPhone.

This update is extremely important so go ahead and update your watch software. Go to your Watch App>General>Software Update, and update to the latest version of watchOS.


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