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Before the next-generation operating systems for Apple Watch and Apple TV are unveiled at WWDC, there are bugs to be squashed in the current versions, which Apple accomplished with a pair of updates issued on Monday.
tvOS 9.2.1 and watchOS 2.2.1 are both now available to install to the public. The tvOS update can be found in the fourth-generation Apple TV's settings app, while Apple Watch updates are installed through the iOS Watch app on a connected iPhone.
Release notes accompanying the updates say they include bug fixes and security patches. After a handful of developer betas, no major user-facing changes to the platforms were identified.
If Apple has anything big in the works for its two newest software platforms, it's likely to be kept under wraps until Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference, where next-generation versions of tvOS and watchOS, as well as iOS and OS X, are expected to be unveiled.
WWDC 2016 will kick off on June 13, likely with a keynote presentation from Chief Executive Tim Cook and other members of Apple leadership. The developer-focused conference runs through June 17 in San Francisco.