If you were hoping to catch up on all the news and features coming in Apple’s watchOS 2.1, here’s your chance.
Apple’s watch OS 2.2 update is currently rolling out to watchOS users worldwide.
However, some users have been experiencing problems downloading or updating apps to the watchOS platform, and a number of the features of the watch platform are not compatible with the latest iOS 8 software update.
A number of features have been removed from the watch app in Apple Watches 2.0, and the new watchOS software is expected to have many of the same features and bugs.
The update is also expected to make it easier for users to migrate apps to watch apps from iOS 7 and iOS 8, which will allow users to continue to enjoy the watch experience on iOS 8.
As you can see in the screenshot below, a number a watchOS apps have been missing from the app store for the latest update.
While there’s no indication of when or if Apple will roll out the watch OS update to watch users, we can say with some confidence that it won’t be long before the watch software will be compatible with Apple Watch.
As for Apple Watch, watchOS 1.1 was released back in November and brought a slew of new features to the device.
Apple added new features like the ability to use the Apple Watch as a smartphone with the new iBeacon technology, new gestures and more.
The latest beta of watchOS is expected sometime this week, and we’ll update you as soon as we get an official announcement.