watchOS 2.2 Rolls Out with Multi-watch Pairing

Apple released watchOS 2.2 on Monday to go along with iOS 9.3. The update added support for pairing multiple watches with a single iPhone, and improved Maps support.

watchOS 2.2 lets you pair multiple Apple Watches with your iPhonewatchOS 2.2 lets you pair multiple Apple Watches with your iPhone

Maps now offers one-tap directions to get to home and work, as well as a search button and a Nearby button to help find restaurants, shopping, transportation, health-related facilities, and more. The update also includes bug fixes and performance improvements.

Adding support for multiple watches the issue that's clearly plaguing so many Apple Watch owners: How to easily switch between the multiple Apple Watch models they own. TO be fair, if someone wants a Sport model for outdoor activity and a stainless steel model for work, this does address the otherwise painful process of unpairing one watch and restoring the other from backup.

watchOS 2.2 is available as a free update in the Watch app after updating your iPhone to iOS 9.3. You can install the update by tapping General > Software Update.