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Apple withdrew the updated watchOS 3.1.1 due to a failure that turns the Apple Watch into “bricks”

Yesterday we wrote that Apple Watch users began to report problems with the update watchOS 3.1.1. After installing the update a Apple Watch Series 2 turned into “bricks”. On Wednesday, Apple withdrew the update due to multiple user complaints.

Apple is already aware of the issue and therefore, the company rolled the update from the appropriate section. The company noted that if the Apple Watch for a long time, you see a red exclamation mark, you need to perform a hard reset of hours. To do this, press and hold the side button and scroll wheel Digital Crown for at least 10 seconds, until you see the Apple logo.

In that case, if this method does not solve the problem, all the victims we recommend that you take the Apple Watch to an authorized service center for subsequent replacement of the gadget.

Recall that Apple Watch users Series 2 after installation watchOS 3.1.1 on the clock screen appeared an icon with an exclamation mark and a link to the Apple support website.

In this case, as found by many users, now they have to send the Chrono back to Apple since retail shops may not be able to fix the problem. For this Apple Watch, you need to restart using a special device for the diagnosis that the staff of the Apple stores to perform not.

Currently updating watch OS 3.1.1 is no longer available for download, Apple is planning to release an updated build in the near future.

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