If the river makes a noise its because water is running. And that seems to have been true once again around iOS 17.3.1 and watchOS 10.3.1 since a few days ago the activity of devices with these operating systems circulating on the network began to be monitored. Finally, Apple has officially released iOS 17.3.1 and watchOS 10.3.1 with bug fixes and performance improvements, minor updates that precede the arrival of the long-awaited iOS 17.4 and watchOS 10.4.

iOS 17.3.1 and watchOS 10.3.1 now available

iOS 17.3 arrived a few months ago with some expected features such as shared Apple Music lists or the new device theft mode. Without any type of beta involved, Apple has released iOS 17.3.1, an update that does not include any major new features, at least visibly, but it does solve a problem that affected some users:

Includes a fix for a bug that could cause text to duplicate or overlap unexpectedly when typing.

Optimized charging limit comes to more Apple Watches with watchOS 10

On the other hand, Apple also has officially released watchOS 10.3.1, a new version for the Apple Watch that barely includes release notes, only adding “improvements and bug fixes.” However, as in the case of iOS, the highlight will arrive in the month of March with the launch of iOS 17.4 and watchOS 10.4 with all the news that we have been talking about in recent weeks.

iOS 17.4

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Remember that you can download and install the updates now from your iPhone by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Also, keep in mind that if you want to install watchOS 10.3.1 it is necessary to enter the same path from the Clock app, ensuring that you have 50% battery or have the Apple Watch charging at the time of the update.