Have you ever been sitting in a movie theater and felt like you were annoying everyone around you because every time you stretch your arms, your Apple Watch lights up? Well, Apple is finally fixing this frustrating problem with the next update to watchOS, version 3.2.
The news comes on the heels of the first developer betas for iOS 10.3, macOS 10.12.4 Sierra, and tvOS 10.2 being released today. watchOS was notably missing from the list, but Apple did publish a changelog for what will be coming in the update when it does arrive.
The fix mentioned above will be called Theater Mode, something that was originally rumored to show up in iOS 10.3. It will mute the sound on your Apple Watch and keep the screen from turning on when activated. You'll still get alerts via a haptic vibration, which you can view by tapping the screen or pressing on the digital crown.
The update also includes SiriKit; this includes features that were added in the iOS 10.3 beta, such as making payments, booking rides with Uber, and more.
As mentioned above, there isn't a developer beta build available just yet, but it's likely that there will be one soon, possibly this week.