Apple released watchOS 2.0.1, with improved battery performance and more

Following the release of iOS 9.1 for the iPhone, iPad, along with OS X El Capitan 10.11.1 for Mac computers, Apple also introduced

watchOS 2.0.1 update for Apple Watch.

October 21, Apple released watchOS 2.0.1. The release of watchOS 2 is available for public installation. First of all, this update should increase battery life and speed up the process of updating applications.



Here is the complete list of changes:

  • Fixed a bug that could lead to stops when downloading software updates;
  • Fixed bugs affecting battery performance;
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the managed iPhone from syncing with iOS Calendar events on the Apple Watch;
  • Fixed a bug that could prevent the correct updating of geolocation information;
  • Fixed a bug that could cause Digital Touch to be sent from an email address rather than from a phone number;
  • Fixed a bug that could lead to unstable operation when using Live Photo as a clock for the dial;
  • Fixed an issue that allowed sensors to stay on for an unlimited amount of time when using Siri to measure heart rate.

WatchOS 2.0.1 can be installed through the Watch application on your iPhone in the section Basic -> Software Update.