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watchOS 10 is available for the Apple Watch: what’s new

This September 18, 2023 marks the availability of the final version of watchOS 10 for the Apple Watch. This arrives after several betas and a release candidate for developers and public testers.

Apple Watches compatible with watchOS 10

  • Apple Watch Series 4
  • Apple Watch Series 5
  • Apple Watch SE (all models)
  • Apple Watch Series 6
  • Apple Watch Series 7
  • Apple Watch Series 8
  • Apple Watch Series 9
  • Apple Watch Ultra
  • Apple Watch Ultra 2

watchOS 10 download

Open the Apple Watch app on the iPhone attached to the watch. Then go to My Watch > General > Software Update. You will then be able to download watchOS 10 and then proceed with its installation. Note that the iPhone attached to the watch must run iOS 17.

The news

The watchOS 10 update overhauls the Apple Watch interface with a focus on widgets to let you access more information at a glance. It also features major app redesigns, updated watch faces, new workout features, and more.

watchOS 10 adds the Smart Stack system, which houses a selection of widgets displaying the information you need most. Apple Watch learns over time which apps you use and when, personalizing what you see. At the start of the day, for example, you might see today’s weather, followed by your first event of the day. The feature is easily accessed by rotating the Digital Crown, and you can browse all available widgets by continuing to scroll.

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Many applications have been completely overhauled with a simpler and more information-oriented design. Weather, for example, displays the temperature and conditions of where you are, with quick scrolling offering an hourly forecast, so you no longer have to tap to get more information.

For cyclists, Apple is adding advanced metrics, views and experiences. Cycling workouts appear as live activity on iPhone, providing a full-screen view of information such as heart rate zones, elevation, running route, and cycling speed. This display is useful for those who attach their iPhone to their bike.

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Apple added offline maps to the iPhone with its Maps app, and these can be viewed on an Apple Watch connected to an iPhone. FaceTime audio calls of Group are now supported on the Apple Watch, and FaceTime video messages can also be viewed on the watch.

Apple provides all changes on its website.


Apple explains why only USB-C AirPods Pro support lossless audio with Vision Pro

Apple is today marketing a revision of the AirPods Pro which has the particularity of having a USB-C port on the charging case. But that’s not the only change: the headphones also support lossless audio with the Apple Vision Pro headset.

Why can’t the second generation AirPods Pro with the Lightning Charging Case also support lossless audio with the Vision Pro? Brian Tong did an interview with two Apple executives to get the answer. Ron Huang, Apple’s vice president of sensors and connectivity, gives the answer.

Ron Huang says the H2 chip in AirPods Pro with the USB-C port supports the 5GHz wireless frequency band for ultra-low latency and less interference, while the H2 chip in AirPods Pro with the Lightning port is limited to the 2.4 GHz band. Apple says it’s this support for the 5GHz band that allows the updated AirPods Pro to support lossless audio with the Vision Pro.

The Apple Vision Pro headset will be available in early 2024, first in the United States. The price will be $3,499. Apple has already planned marketing in other countries, but this will happen later at a price that is currently unknown in euros.

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Supermodels: the documentary on the star models of the 80s and 90s is available on Apple TV+

The docuseries The Supermodels is available in its entirety (i.e. 4 episodes) on the subscription platform Apple TV+. As the title indicates, this documentary directed by Barbara Kopple focuses on the rise of what we called in the 80s and 90s the “supermodels”, that is to say star models to whom nothing seemed resist, women often adored as film actresses. Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington and a few others were truly fashion icons of that era, a golden period that the Apple TV+ series retraces in 4 major chapters, The Look, The Celebrity, The Power and The Legacy.

The docuseries The Supermodels will also offer its large batch of sequences and unpublished documents, as well as of course interviews with the main interested parties. It will not only be about the glorious past since the series will also look at the current activities of these ex-fashion stars, “their activism, philanthropy and business prowess”. And of course, US production obliges, a documentary on famous women could not miss the mark of “empowerment”: “As the fashion industry continues to redefine itself, this is the ultimate story of power and how four women came together to reclaim it, paving the way for those who would follow.” » An entire program…

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It would (already) be a hit for the iPhone 15 Pro Max, and a small disappointment for the iPhone 15 Pro

After just a few days of pre-orders, the lively Ming Chi Kuo can already give the main trends in iPhone sales for the current and coming quarter. For the analyst, there are no doubts: the new iPhone 15/15 Pro range is a huge success, and Apple should distribute 80 million copies until the end of the year compared to 76 million for the iPhone 14/14 Pro range. Surprisingly, the 15 Pro Max model is popular with buyers, and Kuo estimates that Apple will sell 35 million of this model (Q3 and Q4), or 7 million more 15 Pro Max compared to sales of the 14 Pro. Max over the same period.

iPhone 15 Pro Official Color Front Back

On the other hand, sales would be a little below expectations for the two most “standard” models, namely the iPhone 15 and the iPhone 15 Pro. Kuo does not give figures, but specifies that without a drop in prices (via occasional promotions for example), the volume of these sales should not change much in a few months. The surprise is undoubtedly on the side of the iPhone 15 Plus, which would sell beyond the stock capacities initially planned by Apple. The factories will have to operate more vigorously…

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