WatchOS 10 to Feature Revamped Apps Taking Advantage of Apple Watch Ultra’s Larger Display

Apple’s upcoming watchOS 10 update promises significant improvements for Apple Watch users”

Apple Watch users are eagerly anticipating the release of watchOS 10, as it is expected to bring major enhancements to the wearable device. According to a recent report by Bloomberg, watchOS 10 will include revamped versions of “all of the core apps” that will fully utilize the larger display of the Apple Watch Ultra and other larger standard watches.

The Apple Watch Ultra, which debuted last year, boasts the largest display ever seen on an Apple Watch. However, users have been longing for a more extensive selection of built-in apps and watch faces that can take full advantage of this spacious screen.

With watchOS 10, Apple aims to address this concern by introducing new designs for its core watchOS apps, tailored specifically for the Apple Watch Ultra and larger standard watches.

In addition to the revamped apps, watchOS 10 will also introduce a renewed focus on widgets, allowing users to access glanceable pieces of information with greater ease. This emphasis on widgets is expected to enhance the overall user experience and make relevant data readily accessible at a quick glance.

Apple enthusiasts can look forward to learning more about watchOS 10 and other exciting developments at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2023. The conference is scheduled to kick off on Monday, June 5, at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. Notably, Apple has set up a special hands-on area inside Apple Park to provide live demonstrations of their new Reality Pro headset.

To stay up to date with the latest news surrounding WWDC 2023 and watchOS 10, keep an eye on 9to5Mac, your comprehensive source for comprehensive coverage leading up to the event. Additionally, 9to5Mac will be reporting live from WWDC 2023 throughout the entire week, ensuring you won’t miss any of the exciting announcements and innovations.

Apple Watch users can anticipate an exciting future with watchOS 10, as it promises to bring significant enhancements to the device’s functionality and usability. With revamped apps and an increased focus on widgets, the Apple Watch Ultra’s larger display will truly shine, providing users with an immersive and intuitive experience like never before.



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Daven Klarsen is a technology writer and researcher. He's also an avid sports fan, especially when it comes to the LAL. When not working, you can usually find him tweaking his Android devices or watching soccer news.