Apple unveiled the new watchOS 10 at its Worldwide Developers Conference yesterday, and it also unveiled iOS 17, iPadOS 17, tvOS 17, and macOS Sonoma. We’ve previously seen a video of the new iOS 17 in action, and now we can find out more details about the next major release of watchOS.
The video below from Apple Track gives us a look at the new watchOS 10 software and its feature set, gets a wide range of upgrades and a new look at the existing watchOS 9 software, let’s find out more details about it.
As we can see from the video, the new watchOS 10 software will bring a wide range of new features to iPhone, and this will include a new user interface and Apple’s new Smart Stack, which can be accessed from the Digital Crown on your device.
There’s also a bunch of new watch faces for the Apple Watch and a new design language that uses more display on the various built-in apps as well as third-party apps from developers.
Apple is also introducing a new set of fitness features for cyclists that provide more detailed information and also come with new features like FTP tracking and more, as well as there are updates to the compass and much more. Apple is also adding a focus on mental health with an improved Mindfulness app and more. We expect watchOS 10 software to be released sometime in September alongside the new Apple Watch as well as the new iPhone 15.
Source and image credit: AppleTrack
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