Apple’s latest watchOS update, watchOS 10, is set to be released on September 18th, according to the recent iPhone 15 launch event. This update is said to bring one of the biggest facelifts for watchOS, including the return of the popular “Glances” feature from the original Apple Watch.
One of the major changes in watchOS 10 is the shift from focusing on individual apps to widgets on every watch face. This allows for quick access to tasks like timers, music, and podcasts without the need to open separate apps. The update also simplifies multitasking, making it easier for users to navigate through tasks without flipping through multiple app screens.
In addition to these improvements, watchOS 10 introduces two new watch faces: Palette and one featuring the beloved characters Woodstock and Snoopy. These new options add to the already diverse selection of watch faces available to Apple Watch users.
Furthermore, the update includes upgrades to the Activity app and the Compass app. Corner shortcuts have been added to the Activity app, making it more convenient for users to access their fitness data. The Compass app now also logs cellular connectivity, providing users with more information while they explore the outdoors.
It’s important to note that the watchOS 10 update requires Apple Watch Series 4 or later, as well as an iPhone XS running iOS 17. This ensures that users have compatible devices to fully experience the new features and enhancements.
At the recent Apple event, Engadget’s Deputy Reviews Editor, Cherlynn Low, had the opportunity to provide early impressions of the new Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2. Her insights and thoughts on these upcoming products are sure to keep tech enthusiasts eagerly awaiting their release.
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