Apple Rolls Out Its First Update For Its Watch: New Emojis, Language And App Improvement

    Apple has issued the first official update to its Watch. Now, the first update for the Apple Watch, v1.0.1 has just gone live and it brings new Emojis, languages as well as app improvements.

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    Apple Rolls Out Its First Update For Its Watch: New Emojis, Language

    The firm says it 'offers performance improvements for Siri, activity and workout measurements, accessibility and third party apps too.

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    The software version of the update is 1.0.1 and the update is 51.6MB in size. In order to install the update, you have to make sure that your Apple Watch is in close range to your iPhone, must have at least 50% charge and make sure that it is connected to a charger.

    The new languages that have been added are as listed in the photo above. Apart from the languages, there are quite a few improvements in terms of performance as well. Siri gets an improvement in performance along with improvements in measuring workouts and fitness activities.

    Apple Rolls Out Its First Update For Its Watch: New Emojis, Language

    It also improves the fitness tracking capabilities of the watch, especially when calculating calories for indoor cycling and rowing workouts.

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    Apple also says it has improved the stand recognition software which asks a user to stand up each hour, and has improved the accuracy of distance and pace during outdoor walk and run workouts.

    Apple's next update might revolve around the Apple Watch allowing it to alert users if it spots the phone is not nearby.

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