Mark Gurman from Bloomberg has given insights into what to expect from Apple’s upcoming watchOS 10 update, describing it as “pretty extensive” with noticeable changes to the user interface. Although Gurman didn’t provide specific details on the changes, more information is expected to be revealed soon.

Apple plans to announce watchOS 10 alongside iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS 14, and tvOS 17 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) scheduled for June 5-9. Gurman believes that WWDC will also introduce an AR/VR headset and the xrOS operating system. The Apple Watch will receive modest hardware upgrades, according to the insider.

In addition, Apple has recently released the latest beta of macOS 13.4 for Mac, which Gurman suggests will add support for new Macs. The update is expected to be available in May, along with new Macs, possibly including new Mac Pros with the M2 Ultra chip and new MacBook Airs with the M3 chip.

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Source: MacRumors


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