The Apple Watch is considered the most popular smartwatch in the world right now, and has contributed so much in making more casual consumers aware that smartwatches, among other wearable devices, can be cool. But there are still those who are reluctant to buy even the most celebrated of all smartwatches, maybe because they find the Apple Watch inadequate, or maybe because they’d prefer waiting for the tech to further develop.
Apple is officially rolling out iOS 9.1, the first major update of the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 9, which debuted last month. With iOS 9.1, Apple is bringing in several new features and enhancements, notably Live Photos (which involves some nifty GIF flourishes).
Back in the early part of September this year, Apple had revealed that Facebook Messenger was on its way to the Apple Watch, the tech giant’s one and only wearable device to date. That is, if that particular Apple Watch has been already updated to watchOS 2. Well now, Apple has made good on that promise, announcing that the Facebook Messenger has now officially arrived on the Apple smartwatch.
Apple has officially just released the newest version of watchOS 2. The latest iteration of the iPhone maker’s operating system for its smartwatches has now been made available for downloading for users out there via an over the air update. Apple users who are not seeing the update right now may need only exercise a little patience -- Apple may be using a queue system to ensure quick and fast downloading of the update for everyone.
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