Today is a busy software update day if you’re using an iPhone, iPad or an Apple Watch. Apple has just started pushing its iOS 9.2 update for its iDevices while the Apple Watch is getting a newer watchOS 2.1 update.
For iOS devices, the latest release focuses on Apple Music and some minor improvements on its native apps. There are a couple of bug fixes as well that fixes stability issues with Safari, Contacts, Calendar and its native keyboard. If you’re using the iPhone 6s/6s Plus, iBooks now supports 3D Touch and you can perform the usual peek and pop from the table of contents.
iOS 9.2 is available now in Malaysia and you can download it under Settings > General > Software Updates. It weighs 272MB so it is best that you’ll find an unmetered WiFi for this.
Following the release of watchOS 2, Apple has released an incremental update which adds Malay as a language option for the Watch along with Arabic, Czech, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Portuguese and Vietnamese. Islamic and Hebrew Calendars have also been added, as well as Siri and dictation support in Arabic.
The update which weighs 57MB also squashes a couple of bugs including calendar updates, the issue with time not being able to display in power reserve mode and a bug which prevents 3rd party apps from launching. To update, just open the Watch app on your iPhone and look for General > Software Update. The Watch has to have at least 50% of battery and plugged in before you can proceed.