iOS 6, iOS 7, and iOS 8 are out now.
They’ve been around for a few months now, and Apple’s been working on them ever since.
Apple’s biggest update to iOS since iOS 5.1 was released a year ago, but its been the biggie of the summer.
The biggest update in Apple’s iOS 6.1 update is a new watchOS 4-style interface that allows users to quickly change between watchOS 2, the older watchOS, and the new one, which is much like iOS 7’s watchOS 3 interface.
WatchOS 4 lets you customize the look and feel of your Apple Watch, with an integrated notification center and a redesigned lock screen.
The new interface is also easier to use for users with disabilities, as Apple’s WatchKit framework simplifies the use of the device’s touchscreen.
Apple has added a bunch of new watch apps to the iOS App Store, but you can download all the apps that work with your AppleWatch in the watchOS section.
Here are some of the most useful ones: