Apple rolls out the new watchOS 10 update for compatible Apple Watches

Apple has rolled out the official iOS 17 update for iPhone users. Aside from this update, Apple is also rolling out the watchOS 10 update to the public. This update will bring a lot of major changes to the watch OS.

The new watchOS 10 update is a free upgrade and it has become available for all compatible Apple Watches. Apple has been pushing the new update to eligible devices with a 21R356 build number.

Since this is a milestone upgrade, it will require more data compared to the incremental releases. This update weighs around 1.2 GB in size.

Changelog for the new update

watchOS 10 Update

The new watchOS 10 update comes with a massive list of useful features and enhancements. Starting with the visual changes, the update will bring redesigned apps, including a new Weather app, heart rate, home, maps, sleep, messages, activity, world clock, and stocks. This update will also feature two new watch faces, palette and snoopy.

With the new update, the Apple Watch will also get a number of widgets that you’ll be able to access with a swipe up from gestures from the home screen. You can access the control center by pressing the side button. Aside from that, the update will also include several health features, namedrop, offline maps, and more.

How to install the new watchOS 10 update?

If your Apple Watch has been running watchOS 9.6.2, you can easily update your Apple Watch to watchOS 10. Here are the steps you need to follow to install the new watchOS 10 update –

  • Start by opening the Apple Watch app on your iPhone
  • Tap on “My Watch” and click on “General”
  • Now, go to Software Update and then press Download and Install
  • Enter your password to confirm the update
  • Tap on “Agree” for agreeing to the terms and conditions
  • Once it is done, tap on install
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