Apple Watch 2 owners may not be able to watch Little Women 2 or Little Women 4 on Apple’s newest smartwatch due to a bug that allows users to turn off the display entirely.
Apple says it fixed the issue this morning.
The update will only work for the first time for those who bought an iPhone 5 or later, and you won’t be able use it if you’re on iOS 10 or higher.
Apple says the update is “coming soon.”
The iPhone 5S, 6, 6 Plus, 6S, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone X, and the iPhone XR are still affected by the issue, as are the iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone 9, iPhone 10, and iPhone 11.
If you have an iPhone 6, iPhone 7 Plus, or iPhone 8 Plus, Apple says it will update the watch to fix the issue.
To check if you are on iOS 11 or above, follow these steps:If you’re a Apple Watch owner who hasn’t bought an Apple Watch yet, you can watch Little Men and Little Women on Apple Pay using the watch’s NFC chip.
If you have a regular iPhone or iPad, the watch will automatically pair with your phone.
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