Greatest software upgrade for the Apple Watch since its launch in 2015 is coming
Delhi : The software for the Apple Watch is about to receive its largest update since it was first introduced. The source teases Apple's plans to unveil a reworked watchOS 10 user interface at this year's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in June, with its mixed-reality headset, new Mac laptops, and iOS 17. Details on the watchOS 10's updated design were scant to nonexistent, though.
While it was previously believed that the updated versions of iOS and iPadOS were more minor releases that added some of the most popular features requested by users and perhaps laid the foundation for sideloading apps onto the devices from sources other than the App Store, if the report is accurate, the watchOS update could be even more significant.
The Apple Watch software is beginning to feel a little dated after numerous iOS updates that have rethought how apps are organized and engaged with, including the introduction of things like automatically organized folders in the App Library, interactive widgets via Live Activities, and both Home Screen and Lock Screen widgets for displaying live app information. Nevertheless, there is a lot of anticipation for a new experience for the Apple Watch. Naturally, none of these concepts can necessarily be applied directly to a wristwatch interface, which, for example, uses complications rather than widgets to present information and where the constrained screen space necessitates other concepts and sorts of interactions.
As a result, most watchOS updates to date have been small modifications, with new watch faces serving as the primary source of user interface changes.
The first day of Apple's WWDC 2023, which runs from June 5 to June 9, will feature the company's keynote address, during which Apple is anticipated to unveil its new AR/VR headset and the operating system that powers it, as well as other software improvements.