watchOS 10 expected to be biggest Apple Watch software update ever
We’re two months away from Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) where we will see our first look at the next major software updates coming later in the year for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac, including iOS 17, iPadOS 17, watchOS 10, and macOS 14.
As we near the event, Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman has said that watchOS 10 will be Apple’s biggest ever Apple Watch software update, expected to bring an “updated interface” with “major” improvements.
In recent years, watchOS updates have become decreasing major, with the yearly increments seeing small improvements compared to the substation iOS updates launched alongside them.
Without elaboration, Gurman has said in his weekly “Power On” newsletter that watchOS 10 will be “major,” saying the update will be the Apple Watch’s biggest software update since the initial version of the operating system was released in 2015.
Last year’s watchOS update, watchOS 9 brought new features to the Workout app, improvements to sleep tracking, new watch faces with more personalization, and new features for kids who don’t have an iPhone.