watchOS 7.3.1 Update arrives with Power Reverse bug Fix

Last month, Apple seeded the watchOS 7.3 to the Apple Watch with a list of new features and improvements. But some Apple Watch Series 5 and Watch SE users are facing the Power Reverse issue on their watches. Now, the company has kicked-off a new update – watchOS 7.3.1 and address the Power Reverse issue. This update is available only for the Apple Watch Series 5 and SE users. Here’s everything you need to know about the watchOS 7.3.1 Update.

The newer build on Apple Watch is sowing with 18S811 build number. The incremental update over watchOS 7.3 measures only 58MB of download size. If you’re using the Apple Watch with S5 chip, then you’ll receive this update over-the-air on your watch. It’s a public update, you can freely sideload it on your Apple Watch.

Last month, watchOS 7.3 brought the features like new Unity watch face, Time to Walk, ECG app functionality to some other countries, along with some improvements. While talking about the watchOS 7.3.1, then the update arrives with Power Reverse bug fix. If you’re facing this issue on your Apple Watch, then you can update your Apple Watch to the new software update.

watchOS 7.3.1 Update – Release Notes

watchOS 7.3.1 addresses an issue that prevented some Apple Watch Series 5 and Apple Watch SE devices from charging after entering Power Reserve.

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Download watchOS 7.3.1 Update

Apple Watch owners can easily download the latest watchOS 7.3.1 update on their watch, by heading over to the Settings app on the Watch and then tap on Software Update. Other than that, you can also use your iPhone to update the Apple Watch to the new update, you can open Apple Watch Companion app on iPhone and sideload the latest build on your watch.

Before downloading the update, make sure to charge your Apple Watch to at least 50%, place it on the magnetic charger.

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