Apple rolled out an update for the Apple Watch following the operating system’s official release a couple weeks ago. The new update fixes the LTE-enabled Apple Watch Series 3’s Wi-Fi bug that affected the performance of the smartwatch.

In the first round of reviews of the Apple Watch Series 3, the user attempted to connect the device to a Wi-Fi network that the user previously connected to through another Apple device, such as Mac or iPhone. While public Wi-Fi networks usually prompt users to input their passwords or accept the terms and conditions before connecting, the computerized wristwatch cannot display those options.

The smartwatch would appear to be connected to a Wi-Fi network, but no service from the network came through. This prevented Apple’s new wearable from linking to LTE service in places where the device user might have wanted to utilize cellular data rather than a Wi-Fi network.

Fixing the connectivity problem should be a relief for the device users. Apple’s latest smartwatch has a $399 starting price for the LTE-enabled variant, while the regular model has a $329 price tag. Aside from the device’s price, users also have to pay their carrier $10 per month for the connectivity as well as activation fees. However, WCCF Tech pointed out that users should install the new watchOS 4.0.1 update right away.

Downloading watchOS 4.0.1

According to MacRumors, users can download the watchOS 4.0.1 update by going to iPhone’s Apple Watch app, go to General and then Software Update. In order to install the update successfully, the smartwatch has to be near the iPhone and the wearable must have at least 50 percent of battery life. The new watchOS update will only be available for the LTE-enabled variant of the new computerized wristwatch.

Those who have the regular variant won’t be able to see the new update when checking in the iPhone’s Settings, instead, it will state that their gadget is up to date.

However, The Cupertino-based tech firm launched the Apple Watch Series 3 a few weeks ago. The smartwatch appears to be exceedingly popular during the release.

Apple CEO Tim Cook stated during the release day that the device was sold out in so many regions across the globe.

iPhone X pre-order

Aside from the computerized wristwatch, Apple also launched its iPhone 8 and 8 Plus smartphones on the same day. Meanwhile, the pre-orders for the company’s 10th-year-anniversary smartphone, iPhone X, will kick off this month.