As with all Apple’s new software unveiled during this weeks WWDC 2019 conference, the new watchOS 6 wearable operating system will be launching with the new iPadOS, osTV and iOS 13 operating systems during fall 2019, and are expected to arrive during September when Apple will launch its next range of 2019 iPhones.
The new watchOS 6 operating system brings with it a wealth of new features for users to enjoy including : Activity trends. Cycle tracking. Hearing health innovations. The App Store on your wrist. “With watchOS 6, you get the insights you need to stay healthy and fit. And more updates and surprises to make you fall in love with Apple Watch all over again” explains Apple.
One great thing all Apple Watch owners will enjoy is that support for watchOS 6 will roll out across Apple Watch Series 4, 3, 2 and 1. But not the original Apple Watch model which stop getting updates when Apple rolled out watchOS 5.
“See more at a glance. Go deeper with a tap. New complications give you instant access to more of the apps and features you want, right where you want them. See current decibel levels, cellular strength, or chance of rain. Tap to record a voice memo or dive right back into your audiobook.”
For more details on the latest watchOS 6 operating system for Apple’s wearable device jump over to the official watchOS 6 Preview website before its launch during fall 2019.