“Downloading watchOS software to your Apple Watch is a tremendously slow process,” Christian Zibreg writes for iDownloadBlog. “It can take anywhere between half an hour to an hour or more to send a watchOS software update to your wrist. Because it’s such a sluggish experience, I try to update my watch only when I’m positive I won’t be using it for a few hours, like right before I’m about to hit the bed.”

“The exact amount of time needed to send the installer to your wrist depends on the size of the watchOS software update you’re installing, the model of your Apple Watch (newer models utilize better processors that handle common operations faster), network interference and the many factors that influence wireless data transfer,” Zibreg writes. “Wouldn’t it be great if there were a way to dramatically speed up the utterly slow process of sending the watchOS installer files to your Apple Watch?”

Zibreg writes, “I’ll let you in on a secret…”

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