As we get closer to June, which is when a new edition of Apple’s WWDC is scheduled to take place, rumors are growing around all Apple devices. Now it’s the turn of the Apple Watch, after having had rumors about solid-state buttons on the iPhone or the possible arrival of new Mac models, including a renewed iMac. watchOS 10 is rumored to bring new life to the Apple Watch. With new home screen and application management.
Right now we have and we are in the part of the intermediate software updates on the Apple Watch. We are about the minor updates that correspond to watchOS 9. We already know that the important updates are the “whole” ones, that is, the next one will be watchOS 10. In fact, this update is expected to bring important and useful news to the Apple watch. Fundamentally as regards the home screen and the management of applications and how they are saved on the watch.
Rumor has it that Apple wants apps to be managed in a different way than they are being managed right now with watchOS 9. Ahead of this year’s WWDC in June, it has been leaked by an analyst that users will have the option to sort applications in a grid and folder layout. This will mark the first time Apple has changed the home screen settings on the watch.
Analyst941 through Twitter, thus letting us know through through a message that leaves no room for doubt. This new watchOS 10 update is supposed to It will make things easier for the user. being a more agile way to find the applications because it will be very similar to how they are managed right now in iOS.