The Apple Watch is one of the most popular products in the Apple ecosystem. And what has been revealed in the past few hours, will be one of the products that “suffer” the most improvements during 2023. Who said it was Mark Gurman.
The Bloomberg journalist is known for his predictions regarding future products launched by Apple. And in his latest Power On newsletter, he lays out some considerations about watchOS 10.
watchOS 10 will bring “notable changes” to the Apple Watch
This will be the next version of the OS for Apple smartwatches to be presented during WWDC 2023 in June. Mark Gurman claims this will bring “notable changes” to Apple’s wearables.
Unfortunately, for the most curious, these changes are not detailed. As you might expect, future changes to the Apple Watch will be “modest”. These deeper changes will occur in software.
The truth is, we won’t have to wait that long to find out more about this news. watchOS 10 will be unveiled during the upcoming WWDC, between June 5th and 9th. This is Apple’s annual developer conference, where the company will also reveal news of the remaining operating systems.
We will find out what awaits us in iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS 14 and tvOS 17. It is believed that this event should also serve Apple to present augmented reality / virtual reality glasses.
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