188.8.131.52 Fixes a bug that could prevent the Apple Watch from receiving notifications on iOS 9.1 or older apps.
5.3.1 Adds a new ‘Settings’ menu item, and removes ‘Add to Home Screen’ and ‘Show Home Screen’.
“Apple has released iOS 9 and watchOS 4.4.3, and these new versions of iOS, watchOS, and watch are being released today in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia.
WatchOS 4 includes the new Siri Remote app, which replaces Siri, and also adds support for voice commands, a new Siri-powered interface, and new “quick reply” feature.
The new watchOS features a new design, and is available on both iPhone and iPad.
Siri Remote support for iOS 9 will be added later this year, but Apple has not released any plans for a Siri Remote update for WatchOS 3.
Apple has also confirmed that WatchOS 2, which was released in October of last year, will be removed from Apple Watch and other Apple products.
Apple WatchOS will continue to work, but Siri Remote will not be available on WatchOS devices.
In addition to these new releases, Apple also announced that it will launch a new iPhone app to make it easier for users to use the Watch as their primary phone.
This new app will be called “iCal,” and will be available from the App Store today.
The app will support the same iCloud storage features as the iOS 9 version of the Apple iPhone app, but will also let you add notes, messages, and calendar events to the Watch.
This is the first time that Apple has introduced an iPhone app for WatchKit, but the first Apple Watch app to have any kind of integration with WatchKit.
WatchOS 4 is now available in the United States, Canada and the UK.
Apple’s iOS 9 update is also available for iOS devices in the UK and Australia and is currently available for all other countries.