Discover the Exciting New Features of watchOS 10.2 – Available Now!

Apple has released a new update for its Apple Watch users. The watchOS 10.2 update brings several new features and improvements to the Health app’s integration with Siri, as well as easier ways to switch watch faces and more.

With the latest update, Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 users can now access and log Health app data using Siri. Additionally, users of Apple Watch Series 6 and later and Apple Watch Ultra can automatically view Now Playing when in proximity to HomePod or HomePod mini playing media from Music or Podcasts.

One of the notable new features included in the update is the ability to swipe to change watch faces in Settings, as well as the ability to confirm ending workouts in Settings. Furthermore, the update also prioritizes the volume of either the music or the trainer’s voice in most Fitness+ workouts.

For those who want to update their Apple Watch, they can do so by going to the Apple Watch companion app or to the Settings app on the Apple Watch itself. The build number for the update is 21S364 and it’s available for any Apple Watch capable of running watchOS 10.

Overall, the watchOS 10.2 update brings a range of new features and improvements to enhance the user experience for Apple Watch users. Anyone who spots additional new features in watchOS 10.2 is encouraged to share their findings in the comments.

With the release of this update, Apple continues to prioritize the user experience and satisfaction of its Apple Watch users. The update is expected to bring added convenience and functionality to the wearable device, further solidifying its position as a leading smartwatch in the market.