Date: Tuesday, December 8th, 2015, 15:19
Category: iOS, iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod Touch, News, Software, TvOS, Watch OS
Today was the day in which pretty much everything Apple got an update.
Leading the pack, Apple releases iOS 9.2 for its iOS devices. The update, a 272 megabyte download, offers the following fixes and changes:
– Apple Music improvements.
– A new Top Stories section in the News app.
– Mail Drop in the Mail app for sending large attachments.
– 3D Touch support in the iBooks app.
– Improved stability in Safari and the Podcasts app.
– Several fixes and keyboard improvements.
The update can be found through either iTunes or the General Settings under “Software Update” under iOS 9.
Next, Apple released watchOS 2.1, the newest version of its operating system for the Apple Watch.
The update, a 57.1 megabyte download, officers the following fixes and changes:
– Support for system language in Arabic, Czech, Greek, Hebrew, Malay, Portuguese (Portugal), and Vietnamese.
– Support for Right-to-Left user interface.
– Fixes in the Calendar complication, Power reserve mode, and third-party app launching.
To update your Apple Watch, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and tap My Watch > General > Software Update. The watch must be charged to at least 50 percent, connected to its charger, and in Bluetooth range of your iPhone.
Finally, Apple released tvOS 9.1, the newest version of its operating system for the fourth-generation Apple TV.
The update includes the following fixes and changes:
– Includes the ability to search Apple Music via Siri.
– Improves compatibility with Apple’s Remote app on iOS.
– Includes bug fixes and performance improvements.
If you’ve tried any of these updates and have any feedback to offer, please let us know in the comments.