Apple officially released watchOS 9.1 update

Apple today pushed the watchOS 9.1 update (build number: 20S75) to Apple Watch users. This update is 14 days after the last release. It should be noted that due to the cache configuration of Apple’s regional node servers, there may be a slight delay in the detection of the upgrade update in some places. Generally, it will not be too long within half an hour.

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The official version of Apple watchOS 9.1 is the same as last week’s RC version, and the updated content is also the same. The complete log is as follows:

  • Extend battery life by reducing heart rate and GPS reading frequency on Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE (2nd generation), and Apple Watch Ultra during outdoor walking, running, and hiking workouts.
  • Apple Watch can download music over Wi-Fi or cellular when not connected to a charger.
  • Support for Matter, the new smart home connectivity standard, enables a wide variety of smart home accessories to work together across ecosystems.

Apple watchOS 9.1 updateThis update also includes bug fixes for Apple Watch :

  • Voice feedback for average pace during outdoor runs may be incorrect.

  • The estimated rain probability displayed for the current location in the Weather app may not match the estimated probability displayed on the iPhone.

  • Hour-by-hour weather complications may mark afternoon time as morning time.

  • Some users may not see progress during strength training sessions.

  • When receiving multiple notifications, VoiceOver may not announce the app name until the notification is spoken.

You can download updates by opening the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and going to General > Software Update. To install new software, the Apple Watch needs to have at least 50 percent battery power, it needs to be on a charger, and it needs to be within range of the iPhone.