Apple watchOS update addresses LTE connectivity issues
Two weeks after Apple discharged watchOS 4.0, the organization has pushed out a refresh that plans to settle a genuinely irritating issue. It appears the fresh out of the plastic new Apple Watch Series 3 with the most recent watchOS would have a tendency to naturally change from LTE to WiFi hotspots - even unusable ones - in endeavors to spare battery. The fix plans to keep that particular model of the watch from naturally associating with those remote suppliers.
The inconvenience sourced from the watch's programmed association. Some WiFi hotspots the Series 3 models locked onto were the unauthenticated (otherwise known as the hostage) kind utilized by cafés or libraries that divert clients to a site page to affirm or additionally communicate. Since the watchOS would interface naturally without raising the incited site, clients were stuck in limbo, detached however bolted to out of commission WiFi.
Gadget proprietors can download the 4.0.1 refresh from the Apple Watch application on their iPhones. Per the refresh's dialect, as indicated by 9to5Mac:
watchOS 4.0.1 fixes issues that in uncommon cases were causing Apple Watch to join unauthenticated (hostage) Wi-Fi systems, for example, those found out in the open spots like bistros and lodgings, which guide the client to a website page before the system can be gotten to.