The Apple Watch’s Achilles heel is its battery. Although, for the machine that it is, it has a usage time of around two days, when there are disturbances caused by bugs, this time drops and the user resents it. The iOS 10 version had some issues that affected this same component. According to Apple, watchOS 10.1.1 corrects this consumption and brings greater stability to the device.
Possibly only now will we see full performance in the new Apple Watch. This is because iOS 10.1.1 fixes some bugs that could be harming the device’s autonomy.
Apple has released watchOS 10.1.1 for its various smartwatch models. This software update addresses a battery drain and overheating bug that users have reported experiencing.
- This update provides important bug fixes and resolves an issue that may cause the battery to drain more quickly for some users.
What is the next step?
As we have already seen, the Cupertino company is already working on the next watchOS update in the form of watchOS 10.2. The Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2 added the ability to use Apple’s new double-tap gesture in watchOS 10.1.
While this feature is exclusive to new hardware, all supported watches have received a major overhaul in watchOS 10.0, including the new Smart Stack widget system and redesigned system apps.
Soon we will have even more information related to the version under development. A new beta should be coming out and you will be able to understand the path this version of watchOS will take.