We dive into the rumors – and add our own ideas into the mix
While we’re not expecting to see a new Apple Watch Series 6 until September at the earliest, but Apple usually announces new features for watchOS 7 at WWDC.
One of the great things about the Apple Watch is that older generations have still been updated with new features – and that’s because watchOS and Apple Watches are treated as separate entities.
For the uninitiated, watchOS is the operating system that runs on the Apple Watch – just like iOS runs on your iPhone, or to cross the technology divide, Windows runs on your PC.
Previous examples of features landing on watchOS updates at WWDC have been the Breathe app, new fitness tracking metrics, and the interface change in watchOS 3. If there are big additions or changes to watchOS it will happen at WWDC.
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