Apple has released a new update, watchOS 10.0.2, to address a bug that has been plaguing Apple Watch users. The bug, which affects the Weather complications on the devices, has been an ongoing issue since the launch of watchOS 10.
However, it seems that this update is only applicable to users with the Apple Watch Series 9 and the Apple Watch Ultra 2. Multiple reports on the MacRumors forums have confirmed that the bug has been solved for those with these compatible devices. Unfortunately, Apple Watch owners without the Series 9 or Ultra 2 will have to wait for another watchOS update to fix the issue.
Users have been experiencing malfunctioning Weather complications, which display a blank reading instead of the weather data, since the launch of watchOS 10.0.1. Some users have managed to find temporary fixes, such as toggling the 24-Hour Time switch or turning off Location Services on their iPhones. However, these solutions have not worked for all users, indicating that the bug is persistent and not easily resolved.
Apple’s latest update, watchOS 10.0.2, initially seemed to solve the issue for some users, but reports are now surfacing that the Weather complications are once again broken. This suggests that the previous fix was only temporary and that further updates will be necessary to fully address the bug.
Although this update does not solve the problem for all Apple Watch users, it is a step in the right direction for those with Series 9 or Ultra 2 devices. It is unclear when Apple will release another watchOS update to fix the issue for other users, but it is hoped that it will be addressed soon to provide a smoother user experience for all Apple Watch owners.
Stay tuned for more updates on this bug and further developments from Apple regarding the issue.
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