Apple has released the second version of watchOS 5.3.2 for download, this time for Apple Watch Series 4, which allows iPhone owners who cannot upgrade to iOS 13 or higher to continue to use smart watches. Currently, watchOS has been developed to version 6.0, but the latest operating system requires an iPhone running iOS 13 or higher to function properly.
For older phones like the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5, there is no way to use it with the WatchOS 6 because it can’t be updated to iOS 13. The updated function of watchOS 5.3.2 ensures that the old and new mobile phones and watch-end devices can complete their respective matching.
As early as September 27th, Apple has pushed the first update of watchOS 5.3.2 to Apple Watch Series 1 and Apple Watch Series 2. This release update focuses on security issues and fixes vulnerabilities that could allow remote attackers to exploit an unexpected termination or arbitrary code execution of an application. We recommend that eligible older device users upgrade in a timely manner.