WatchOS 3.2 Released With Theater Mode And SiriKit

Apple has gone on to release a new software update for Apple Watch, upgrading watchOS 3.1.3 to watchOS 3.2. It is the second major update to the watchOS operating system that was initially released in September 2016. The latest released version watchOS 3.2 has been in testing since January, and Apple has since then seeded seven betas ahead of the release.
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You can easily download watchOS 3.2 through the dedicated Apple Watch app on the iPhone by going to General and then to Software Update. In order to install the update, it is necessary that the Apple Watch should have at least 50 percent battery, and then it should be placed on the charger, in range of the iPhone.
The new watchOS 3.2 introduces Theater Mode, which has been designed to allow Apple Watch owners, to mute the sound of their device and also disable Raise to Wake, preventing the screen from lighting up with the arm movement.
Apple Watch users will however still be able to receive feedback-based notification, along with incoming information, which can easily be viewed by pressing on the Digital Crown or just tapping on the screen.
The new update also brings SiriKit to the Apple Watch, allowing users to ask Siri to follow commands such as, send messages, send payments, book a ride, log a workout, make a call, or search through photos. SiriKit is now available on all iOS devices since the release of iOS 10, however, it is new to the Apple Watch.