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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by dsr2, Jun 8, 2019.
My title says it all. I had to roll back to 12.3 beta. Is my watch likely to suddenly brick?
If you install Watch OS 6, you're committing to keep your iPhone on iOS 13.
Thanks all. Well, I had to roll my phone back (one of the only times I couldn’t stand the bugginess of the newest IOS) and so far my watch hasn’t bricked but I am bracing myself. If it happens, oh well. I will bring it to an apple store to restore it. Really a first world problem.
Update: The watch didn’t brick, but it no longer mirrors my phone and I don’t get texts, email, etc. The watch behaves, well, just like a watch but that is ok for a while.
Glad I quit doing the Beta thing.
Suddenly brick? No, some (most?) newer watchOS versions won’t communicate with older iOS. It’ll be fine again once you update to release 13. You can also send it in to Apple for a downgrade.