Apple will be making notable changes to the Apple Watch GUI with watchOS 10, according to information posted by Mark Gurman in his Sunday newsletter. The announcement is due to take place during the keynote at WWDC 2023, which will take place from June 5 to 9.
The Worldwide Developers Conference is one of Apple's showcases that will showcase new versions of operating systems for its devices. And in some cases, to demonstrate new hardware products. Last year, for example, the MacBook Air M2 was introduced.
Apple announced the Apple Watch during a special event that also unveiled the iPhone 6 on September 9, 2014, nine years ago. Since then and to this day, its graphical interface has undergone minor changes.
But, according to Mark Gurman, this year Apple will announce profound changes to the Apple Watch, especially in the design of its interface. It also ensures that during 2023 we will see new smartwatches but with little hardware changes.
According to various rumors, we will have to wait until 2024 to see the new Apple Watch hardware design with micro-LED displays.
WWDC 2023, where we will see Apple's augmented reality glasses for the first time
This year's WWDC 2023 keynote generated a lot of interest due to the possible announcement of Apple's augmented reality glasses, which have been rumored for years. But the company has been working on this technology for more than two decades. For example, in 2008 they published a patent for stereoscopic displays that can be used with glasses.
Although in 1995, an Apple article was published detailing the research the company had done to develop a wearable device, a head-mounted virtual reality headset.
In recent years, rumors related to the release of augmented reality glasses have become more frequent. It is possible that we will see them for the first time during the WWDC 2023 keynote. Despite the days that have passed, Ming-Chi Kuo, who has very close contact with the Asian production lines, assured that they may be delayed.