While Apple has done extensive hardware and software testing before rolling out its new products, reviewers have found a serious problem with the way the Apple Watch Series 3 handles Wi-Fi connectivity, The Verge reports. The new LTE Apple Watch is supposed to be more of a standalone device than the previous models, able to use cellular data rather than relying solely on Wi-Fi, but the reviewer found that two separate Apple Watches both experienced the same problem of trying to connect to unknown (and potentially dangerous) Wi-Fi connections rather than switching to cellular. With the device set to ship Friday, Apple has admitted that the company has “discovered that when Apple Watch Series 3 joins unauthenticated Wi-Fi networks without connectivity, it may at times prevent the watch from using cellular. We are investigating a fix for a future software release.”
No word yet on how soon that fix is coming, and it’s not the only black eye Apple is dealing with after rolling out its new software. Users have reported problems sending messages from Miscosoft Outlook or Exchange accounts linked to iOS 11’s Mail app. Users have been receiving “Cannot Send Mail” errors, and Apple has confirmed to 9to5Mac that it is “working closely with Microsoft” to fix the problem. In the meantime, Outlook’s dedicated app for iOS still seems to be working, and the email service can still be accessed on the web using Safari or another browser.