Apple watchOS 10 is coming September 18th

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    Apple has announced that watchOS 10 will be available for download on September 18th. The upgrade may be the most significant modification to watchOS since Apple’s enormously popular wristwatch was debuted, reworking the original honeycomb grid and introducing widgets — well, glances, as Apple calls them — that you can swipe through and configure.

    The business also stated that Siri instructions for the Apple Watch Series 9 will be handled on-device. According to Apple, the privacy-preserving feature of on-device processing allows customers to ask inquiries about personal health and fitness data via the Health app.

    The new watch will also include a new second-generation ultra wideband (UWB) chip that can detect when a HomePod is close. When you get within four meters of a HomePod equipped with UWB, your watch will activate Now Playing so you can control it or provide ideas in the Smart Stack. Apple is also making an accessibility feature a prominent element of the operating system: double-tapping your fingers together on the same hand as the watch may perform things like answer calls or bring up the Smart Stack widget.

    You may now scroll through widgets from your watchface. The widgets may be customized, and watchOS now includes a Smart Stack widget that utilizes machine learning to predict which widgets will be most useful to you at certain moments during the day. According to Victoria Song’s preview of watchOS 10 for The Verge, it makes using the Apple Watch seem more like using a little iPhone.

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