Apple unveiled its new watchOS 10 software at its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, and also released the first beta version of the software. We’ve previously seen a video of the new watchOS and now we have another.
The video below from Zollotech gives us another look at the new watchOS 10 software and its feature set, there are quite a few new features in this update as well as some major design changes and more.
As we can see from the video, the new watchOS 10 software introduces a new Smart Stack feature that is controlled by the Digital Crown on the Apple Watch, allowing you to access a lot of different information on the Apple Watch.
There are also changes to things like fitness tracking with plenty of detailed tracking for cyclists and more. You can now track FTP (functional threshold strength) during a cycling workout on your Apple Watch.
There are also some updates to the Mindfulness app on the Watch with a focus on mental health and more, as well as a wide range of other new features as well, that looks very interesting from the video.
The first beta version of the software is now available for developers to test, and we expect the final release of the software in September alongside the new Apple Watch and iPhone 15.
Source and image credit: Zollotech
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