Apple Public Released watchOS 4.1, tvOS 11.1, And macOS High Sierra 10.13.1

Apple today released watchOS 4.1, the first major update to the watchOS 4 operating system that design to runs on the Apple Watch. watchOS 4.1 comes more than a month after Apple released the new watchOS 4 to the public. WatchOS 4.1 can be downloaded through Apple Watch app on the iPhone by going to General - Software Update.

In watchOS 4.1, Apple Music content can be streamed over an LTE connection and doesn't need to be downloaded to the device. The update also introduces a new Wi-Fi toggle for turning off Wi-Fi to force the Apple Watch to use an LTE connection and it displays the Wi-Fi SSID when connected to Wi-Fi os users can see which network the watch is using. 

The update also brings GymKit, allowing the Apple Watch to pair with supported gym equipment for information sharing purposes. Just like iOS 11.1, watchOS 4.1 also introduces a range of new Unicode 10 emoji characters, fixed a serious vulnerability in the WPA2 Wi-Fi standard, and several other small tweaks.

Aside from releasing watchOS 4.1, Apple also released tvOS 11.1, the first major update for the tvOS 11 operating system designed for fourth and fifth-generation Apple TV models. It can be downloaded over the air in the Settings app on the Apple TV by going to System - Software Update. no significant features were discovered over the course of the beta testing period.

And finally, the company today released macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, the first major update for the new macOS High Sierra operating system that was first released to the public on September 25. User with eligible device can download macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 through Software Update function in the Mac App Store.

MacOS High Sierra 10.13.1 focuses on bug fixes, performance improvements, security enhancements, and other under-the-hood changes. The beta also includes a fix for a serious vulnerability in the WPA2 Wi-Fi standard that protects many modern Wi-Fi networks. As for other significant changes, the update introduces a range of new Unicode 10 emojis.

Via MacRumors, Image Via 9to5Mac And iDownloadBlog

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