Fear not: watchOS 10.3 update is safe

It doesn't delete Apple Watch's Blood Oxygen app.

To continue selling the latest Apple Watches after losing a major court case, Apple resorted to deleting the Blood Oxygen app at the center of the dispute.

There was a lot of speculation that Apple might also delete the app on current watches, most likely through a watchOS update.

Well, don’t worry: Apple just released watchOS 10.3, and it’s safe to install. It won’t disappear your Blood Oxygen app.

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