The recently released iOS 14.7 for iPhone brought a problem for Apple Watch users. It is reported by the MacRumors portal.
Users with smartphones equipped with Touch ID fingerprint sensors will not yet be able to automatically unlock their Apple Watch if they have password verification enabled. The new iPhones with Face ID do not have this drawback.
Apple acknowledged the problem and promised to fix it. In the meantime, those who have it manifested are advised to enter the password on the watch manually. You will need to do this every time you remove the watch from your wrist.
The major operating system update for the iPhone and iPad has been dubbed iOS 15. It is expected to begin distribution in the fall of 2021.