Apple watch’s new software update comes with Theater Mode and Sirikit
Apple released a new update for its Apple Watch software, upgrading watchOS 3.1.3 to watchOS 3.2. watchOS 3.2 is the second real upgrade to the watchOS 3 operating system that was released in September 2016. Apple has been testing its watchOS 3.2 since January 30 and seeded seven betas before the release.
watchOS 3.2 can be downloaded through the devoted Apple Watch application on the iPhone by going to General – > Software Update. To install the Apple Watch’s new software, the device must have more than 50 percent battery, it must be put on the charger, and it must be in range of the iPhone.
Although to download watchOS 3.2 software, an iPhone running iOS 10 is required, however it is available for all Apple Watch models.
watchOS 3.2 has a new feature called, Theater Mode, which is intended to give a chance to Apple watch users to silent the sound on their device and disable Raise to Wake, keeping the screen from lighting with arm movement.
The reception of haptic feed-back based notifications is still available to the Apple watch users. By tapping on the screen or pressing down the digital crown will let the users view incoming information. SiriKit has been a valuable feature in iOS 10 but this is completely new to Apple Watch where users can ask Siri to perform certain tasks like booking a ride, making a payment so on and so forth.
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