Apple releases watchOS 9.3 update for Apple Watch
Apple has released watchOS 9.3 for Apple Watch, which is now available to download alongside iOS 16.3.
Throughout the beta cycle, watchOS 9.3 hasn’t added any new features or capabilities to the Apple Watch, with Apple seemingly focusing on internal bug fixes and improvements rather than adding any notable new features or capabilities, with the latest update being relatively minor without any significant changes or notable upgrades.
Apple’s last watchOS upgrade, watchOS 9.2 added new features, improvements, and bug fixes to the Apple Watch, including Crash Detection optimizations, a new custom Kickboxing algorithm in the Workout app, accessibility support to visualize when Siren is in use on Apple Watch Ultra, and more.
To download watchOS 9.3, users must first have iOS 16.3 installed on the iPhone paired with the Apple Watch. To install watchOS 9.3, users must have at least 50 per cent battery charged on their device and have their iPhone connected to Wi-Fi.
watchOS updates can be installed by opening the Watch app on the paired iPhone, tapping General and selecting Software Updates.