As promised, today at the iPhone and iPad media event Apple released iOS 9.3 and tvOS 9.2 software updates. Alongside that release, the company has also released watchOS 2.2 and OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 to the public.
WatchOS 2.2 brings Nearby in Maps to browse for places around you by category; and adds support for pairing multiple Apple Watches to one iPhone, for system languages in Catalan, Croatian, Slovak, Romanian, and Ukrainian, and for Dictation in the same languages, plus English (Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Indonesia), Siri support in Malay, Finnish and Hebrew; and also increases the frequency of background heat rate measurements when you are stationary, the update log reads.
As for the gigantic OS X 10.11.4 update, it brings stability, compatibility, and security improvements to the Mac and is recommended to all users.
The watchOS 2.2 update is available from the Apple Watch app, while the OS X 10.11.4 update can be download from the Mac App Store by hitting the Updates tab.