watchOS 10: Apple Watch users to enjoy significant software update

Apple Watch users can look forward to a significant software update, as watchOS 10 is slated to be the biggest software update for the Apple Watch since its inception in 2015. This news comes from Mark Gurman, a renowned journalist for Bloomberg, who is known for his accurate predictions and inside scoops about Apple products.

Announcement of watchOS 10 and other software updates

Apple is expected to announce the latest software updates, including watchOS 10, at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote speech on June 6, Beijing time. Along with watchOS 10, iOS 17, macOS 14, and other new software are also expected to be announced during the keynote speech.

Updates in watchOS 10

Although Gurman did not reveal specific details about the update, he did mention that watchOS 10 would feature "greater enhancements" and an "updated interface." With this news, it's safe to assume that the new software update will include exciting new features that will enhance the overall user experience.

Minimal hardware changes in the next-generation Apple Watch

According to Gurman, the next-generation Apple Watch is planned to have minimal hardware changes, which means that the focus will be on the software update. This news should excite Apple Watch users, as it means that they can enjoy the latest features without needing to purchase a new watch.

Availability of watchOS 10 beta

The first watchOS 10 developer preview is expected to be available shortly after the WWDC 2023 keynote for Apple Developer Program members. The first public beta may be released in July for users who join the free beta software program.

How to upgrade to the beta version?

Users who wish to upgrade to the beta version will need to register for the Apple Developer Program to access the developer preview. Starting from iOS/iPadOS 16.4 Developer Preview Beta 1, the system will only provide the developer preview test option for registered Apple Developer Program members. Those who have not registered for the program will only be able to choose to install the public beta system.

Additionally, Apple Developer Program members will see a new option to enable developer previews directly from Software Update in Settings, starting with the iOS and iPadOS 16.4 betas. This new setting will be how the developer preview is enabled in future versions of iOS and iPadOS, and configuration profiles will no longer grant access.

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