The final release of watchOS 10 will be on September

The final release of watchOS 10 will be on September 18th

On September 18th, Apple Watch users will be able to update their devices to watchOS 10. The new version of the operating system offers revolutionary changes, including a redesigned app grid and the addition of custom widgets. This update is perhaps the most significant since the release of Apple’s smartwatches.

    Image source: Apple

Image source: Apple

Instead of the previous honeycomb grid of apps, there will be vertical scrolling and the ability to customize widgets, or “views” as Apple calls them. These elements can be easily browsed and customized, creating a personalized interface.

For the new Apple Watch Series 9, the function of processing Siri commands directly on the device has been introduced, which ensures greater confidentiality when working with personal data in the health application.

The new watch will feature a second-generation Ultra Wide-Band (UWB) chip that will allow it to detect whether an Apple HomePod smart speaker is nearby. So if you come within four meters of a HomePod with UWB, the Now Playing feature on the watch will automatically activate to control the device or offer options in the Smart Stack widget.

The developers have also improved the accessibility function – by touching two fingers of the hand on which the watch is worn, you can now, for example, answer calls or call up the Smart Stack widget.

New features make using the Apple Watch even more like using a miniature version of the iPhone. Users can scroll through widgets directly from the watch face and set up a Smart Stack widget that uses machine learning to suggest the most relevant widgets to the user throughout the day.

In addition to the innovations described above, Apple has made changes to the functionality of the side button: a single press now opens the Control Center, a double press opens Apple Wallet for NFC payments. There will also be new watch faces from Nike and Hermès, as well as an Ultra watch face for the Apple Watch Ultra.

The watchOS 10 update opens a new era in the use of Apple smartwatches, making them even more functional and user-friendly. Taking innovation into account, watches become not just an accessory, but a full-fledged assistant that can adapt to the individual needs of each user.

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