watchOS 10 Revamped Apple Watch Ultra Ready to Take Over the Wearables Market

Apple continues to dominate the tech world, and with the unveiling of watchOS 10 at the WWDC 2023 developer conference, the company is set to take the wearables market by storm. The new operating system will enable apps to adapt to the larger screen of the Apple Watch Ultra, addressing one of the main criticisms of the device since its launch.

As Apple’s guru, Gurman, explained, “Apple is revamping all of its core applications on the Apple Watch to take full advantage of the large screen on the Apple Watch Ultra and meet the demands of future larger screen Apple Watches.”

The new operating system, Apple watchOS 10, promises to improve the user experience with enhanced UI elements such as widgets, improved performance, and new operational options for buttons. Additionally, Apple will allow side-loading of some apps in the European market, meaning that users can install certain apps without going through the App Store.

To add to the excitement, Apple has constructed a large building on the Apple Park campus to provide hands-on demonstrations of the Apple AR/VR Headset to select attendees and media at the conference. The company has even set up an area near its employee fitness center for future demos throughout the summer. During the demonstrations, Apple plans to showcase immersive FaceTime in VR, Apple TV+ content, and gaming.

So, are you ready to upgrade to the new Apple Watch Ultra and explore the new features of watchOS 10? Apple announced the schedule for the highly anticipated worldwide developers conference WWDC23, which is set to take place from Monday, June 5th to Friday, June 9th, 2023.

Latest

Microsoft Hits Pause on Copilot+ Recall Feature, Prioritizing Security and User Experience

That has left some feeling a tinge of disappointment,...

Apple Doubles Down on Privacy and On-Device Apple Intelligence at WWDC 2024

In a move that caught many by surprise, Apple...

Microsoft scrambles to address privacy worries with its Copilot+ PCs’ Recall feature

Looks like Microsoft has some 'splaining to do when...

NVIDIA Project G-Assist AI Play at Computex Feels Like an Inflection Point

After a whirlwind week at Computex getting the inside...

Newsletter

Don't miss

Microsoft Hits Pause on Copilot+ Recall Feature, Prioritizing Security and User Experience

That has left some feeling a tinge of disappointment,...

Apple Doubles Down on Privacy and On-Device Apple Intelligence at WWDC 2024

In a move that caught many by surprise, Apple...

Microsoft scrambles to address privacy worries with its Copilot+ PCs’ Recall feature

Looks like Microsoft has some 'splaining to do when...

NVIDIA Project G-Assist AI Play at Computex Feels Like an Inflection Point

After a whirlwind week at Computex getting the inside...

Intel Lunar Lake Processors Are Built for the AI Revolution

Intel is betting big on Lunar Lake to power...
Max Hyland
Max Hyland
Long form contributor Apple iPhone, iPad, watch reviews, opinion, editorial

Microsoft Hits Pause on Copilot+ Recall Feature, Prioritizing Security and User Experience

That has left some feeling a tinge of disappointment, Microsoft has announced a delay in the general release of the much-hyped Recall feature for...

Apple Doubles Down on Privacy and On-Device Apple Intelligence at WWDC 2024

In a move that caught many by surprise, Apple unveiled a slew of powerful new AI capabilities coming to its products and services later...

Microsoft scrambles to address privacy worries with its Copilot+ PCs’ Recall feature

Looks like Microsoft has some 'splaining to do when it comes to the Recall feature on its shiny new Copilot+ PCs. The AI-powered "photographic...