Apple had unveiled watchOS 7 for the first time alongside iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, and tvOS 14 last month during WWDC 2020. Shortly, the company had released the first developer beta version of watchOS 7 for Apple Watches. Now, two weeks later, the second developer beta version of watchOS 7 has been released for compatible models.
With watchOS 7, Apple is adding a handwashing detection feature to the Apple Watch. While many might think the company is introducing this feature due to the ongoing pandemic that has led to an increased focus on handwashing, but that is actually not the case. Apple started working on the handwashing app for the Apple Watch a few years ago.
Apple unveiled the latest versions of its operating systems during WWDC 2020 earlier today. At its first online-only developers conference, the company unveiled watchOS 7 for the Apple Watch. The new version of watchOS brings a few missing features such as sleep tracking and it also brings new watch faces, new complications, tracking for more workout types, cycling directions, improved Siri with language translation, and better privacy.
WWDC 2020 was the most important Apple developer event we’ve experienced in the past few years, and the company unveiled watchOS 7 for Apple Watches during the event. The first developer beta of watchOS 7 has been released along with developer beta versions of the new versions of Apple’s other platforms. You can follow this simple, step-by-step guide to install watchOS 7 developer beta release on your compatible Apple Watch.
Today, Apple announced major new versions of all its platforms—iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS—during WWDC 2020 keynote. For Apple Watches, the company unveiled watchOS 7 with new features and performance improvements. Now, the first developer beta version of watchOS 7 is available to download and install on compatible Apple Watches.
Apple today announced watchOS 7 for the Apple Watch. This is a pretty major watchOS update that adds a number of new fitness-oriented and health-related features. If you are wondering if your Apple Watch will be getting the watchOS 7 update or not, read below.
Alongside iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, Apple also announced watchOS 7 with some major home screen improvements, new fitness features, and more.
There have been multiple rumors of Apple planning to include sleep tracking in watchOS 7 and the Apple Watch this year. Now, leaker Fudge has shared some information about how sleep tracking will work on the Apple Watch.
Apple will include a new watch face in watchOS 7 likely carrying the name “International” which will show flags from different countries. References to this new watch face have been found in iOS 14.