Updating first generation iphone
I'm assuming that this means, amongst other things, no more security updates.I know that the i Pad was first released two and a half years ago, so it's not new, but it's going strong and it's a shame to trash it.See, GPS technology needs to keep an eye on the date and time to tell your location -- it tracks the date by counting the number of weeks and storing the values as 10-bit figures.Around every 20 years, that 10-bit week number goes back to zero, causing issues for older devices not designed to handle the change.Why Apple patched a bunch of ancient versions of i OS today (all the way back to i OS 5!
Needless to say, Apple decided not to reveal this information on stage during its announcement of i OS 13 at WWDC yesterday.
When the update completes, your Apple Watch will restart on its own.
I'm noticing from the i OS 6 page on the Apple website that the i Pad 1 isn't supported.
To check for updates manually, use these steps: Leave your Apple Watch on its charger while the update completes.
Don't restart your i Phone or Apple Watch, and don't quit the Apple Watch app.
It’s not surprising, but Apple has indeed cut off support for the first generation Apple Watch (often called Series 0).