Gurman: watchOS 10 to bring ‘notable changes’ to Apple Watch user interface

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Many are speculating that Apple will make some significant changes to the interface of the long-awaited watchOS 10. According to a report from Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, the update will include “notable changes” to the user experience of the Watch.

This news comes as a bit of a surprise, as the WatchOS platform has been relatively stagnant since its debut in 2015. The last major update to the operating system came in the form of watchOS 3 in 2016, which brought a number of new features and improvements.

However, it seems that Apple is finally ready to shake things up with watchOS 10.0. The update is said to include “several” new watch faces, as well as an overhaul to the Home screen.

The Tidbits report also claims that Apple is planning to introduce a new “Complications” view. This would allow users to easily see and manage all of their complications in one place.

Finally, Gurman says that Apple is working on a “Kids Mode” for the Apple Watch. This would allow parents to better control what their children can do with their device.

Overall, it sounds like watchOS 10 could be a pretty significant update for the Apple Watch. We’ll have to wait and see if Apple can deliver on these promises when the update is officially unveiled later this year.

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