WatchOS 10 will Change the Entire Interface of the Apple Watch

Apple’s smart wearable device, the Apple Watch is one of the most popular smartwatches in the world now. Its popularity stretches across almost every corner of the world. The Apple Watch has one of the most unique designs in the smartwatch segment. Also, it comes with its own unique features as well as software is concerned. Most of the smartwatches we have today run on the WearOS from Google. The Apple Watch on the other hand comes with its own exclusive operating systems which Apple calls it WatchOS.

Apple WatchOS is a very reliable, smooth and stable operating system. The Cupertino company is always working to upgrade the WatchOS and its features. The company also updates it with new features as frequent as it does for all other Apple products.

Apple Has Not Changed the Interface on the Watch for Years Apple WatchOS

However, the iPhone maker is well known for focusing on features and security rather than user interface. Apple does not really make a lot of UI changes like other companies do. The Apple Watch happens to be one of Apple’s products that has not seen any changes to its user interface for quite a long time now. But that is finally about to change.

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Apple Will Change the Interface of Apple Watch with WatchOS 10 Apple WatchOS

A new report posted on Twitter by Analyst941 suggests that Apple will make some changes to the Home Screen of the Apple Watch. The source claims that the new UI will make navigation on the Apple Watch a lot easier. Apple will theme the UI to look more of Apple style. It will come with features such as app folders, just like what we have on iPhones and iPads.

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One thing the source did not mention is whether Apple will enable the new UI by default or make it a secondary choice. They did not give more details about this leak, but they stated that more details will follow later.

Mark Gurman of Bloomberg has also dropped a hint on a similar topic. In his newsletter, Gurman said that WatchOS 10 will be Apple’s biggest update since 2015. He did mention that one of the main highlights of the WatchOS 10 will be a redesigned interface.

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