Why watchOS 10 should improve your gym workouts… but it probably won’t

The Apple Watch has gone through plenty of changes in its lifetime. The hardware design doesn’t change a great deal each time, and hasn’t since its inception – aside from the occasional leaps in design like the Apple Watch Ultra or Apple Watch SE. A lot of the innovation over the years has come from the software side, with different iterations of Apple’s watchOS operating system. It sounds as though 2023’s update, watchOS 10, is about to be a big one.

watchOS 10 is likely to be announced at Apple’s WWDC 2023 conference on June 5, alongside iPhone 15, Apple Watch 9, and similar updates to iOS and iPadOS. watchOS is expected to offer a revised home screen and potentially interactive widgets that are akin to the ‘glances’ of older versions of watchOS, or a little like the list of widgets found on the best Garmin watches.

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