Browsing and downloading apps for the Apple Watch should be made easier, and the upcoming watchOS 6 will do just that.
Apple is set to reveal new software updates in the upcoming WWDC, which starts in June 3, 2019.
According to reports, the most notable change is the App Store integration so users can independently download apps and get updates for their Apple Watch without using their iPhones.
The tech firm will bring the Voice Memos app so users can record audio and have it sent straight to their Macs, iPads or iPhones. Apple Books will be supported, which should make listening to audiobooks from your wrist a snap.
Apple will be adding the Complications watch face to display additional information, i.e., hearing aid battery levels, audio book status, rain data and other external statuses. Apple Watch users can look forward to getting two health apps- Cycles for tracking menstrual cycles and Dose for pill-taking reminders.
And if that’s not enough, the watchOS 6 brings Gradient, California, X-Large, Infograph Subdial and Solar Analog watch faces to the table.