watchOS 2.1 is out with lots of language support and bug fixes

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As smartwatches grow in popularity, the Apple Watch will continue to be the hands-on - or wrist-on - favorite.
As smartwatches grow in popularity, the Apple Watch will continue to be the hands-on - or wrist-on - favorite.
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Apple Watch owners received a new software update this morning in the form of watchOS 2.1.

The new update comes over a month after watchOS 2.0.1 was made available to the public and contains a number of bug fixes and performance improvements to go with expanded system language support.

WatchOS 2.1 can be downloaded via the Software Update section in the Apple Watch app for iPhone. Your Apple Watch must be connected to its charger and have over 50% battery.

The performance improvements includes a fix for issues with Calendar complications, Power Reserve Mode, third-party app crashes, and more. System language support was added for Arabic, Czech, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Malay, Portuguese, and Vietnamese. Siri has also gained support for Arabic dictation.