watchOS 9 will arrive on September 12th

Right before the new generation of Apple Watches (including the snazzy Apple Watch Ultra) arrive later this month, current smartwatch owners can upgrade to watchOS 9. Apple says it will launch the operating system on September 12, the same day iOS 16 will arrive.

You need an iPhone 8 or later or a second generation iPhone SE or later with iOS to install watchOS 9. Apple Watch Series 3 owners will miss the upgrade, which is compatible with Series 4 devices and above. It’s worth noting that not all watchOS 9 features will be available on every Apple Watch and in every region.

There are notable upgrades to the fitness features, including heart rate zones for sleep and exercise, multisport workouts and a way to monitor your personal bests. You can track AF events and get notifications when it’s time to take medication. Other new features include a new look for Siri, a revamped calendar app, gestures for quick actions, and more screens.

In the meantime, we’ve already had a chance to pick up the Apple Watch Ultra. You can now see our first impressions.

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