watchOS 6.2.1 fixes FaceTime issue on Apple Watch

Apple has released a new update for the Apple Watch that fixes the FaceTime issue. This appears to be a widespread problem across all Apple devices. Of course, they have already been fixed with new updates. This is why it also launched additional updates for macOS 10.15.4

Along with the optional macOS 10.15.4 update for Apple computers, the company has also released new software for the Apple Watch. watch 6.2.1 It was released shortly after its predecessor, which included some new features in the watch.

watch 6.2 It came with IAP support for watchOS apps. It is also expanding support for ECG and irregular heart rate on Apple Watch Series 4 and Series 5 in Chile, New Zealand, and Turkey. Additionally, the update fixes an issue that could cause music playback to stop when switching from Wi-Fi to Bluetooth connection. Finally, the update also included in-app purchases from the watchOS app store.

Then we can say that watchOS 6.2.1 is a small update released by the company, but very important. They come to solve the problem with FaceTime. The bug prevented an Apple Watch running watchOS 6.2 from participating in FaceTime audio calls on devices running older iOS and Mac operating systems.

watchOS 6.2.1 can be downloaded and installed via the native iPhone app. We just need to go to General> Software Update. Note that your Apple Watch battery must be at least 50 percent charged and near the paired iPhone.

Yes, less is left for WatchOs 7 which is due to be unveiled at WWDC 2020 in June and offers new and nice improvements. Some of them are highly anticipated by users.

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