Apple has come and is coming with lot more new updates with its operating system. Now, you don’t need to change you Apple watch. With the release of the new watchOS 6, Apple will allow Apple Watch device owners to remove many more of the built-in. So, the features from first-party apps from their smartwatch, it includes previously un-removable apps. These app are like Alarm, Timer, Stopwatch, Remote, Camera Remote, Radio and others, as well as health apps like ECG, Breathe, Noise and Cycle Tracking.

Well, updating an Apple Watch’s software previously required using the Apple Watch app on an iPhone for the entire process.  Now, Apple Watch steadily becoming more independent from the iPhone.

Apple WatchOS 6

The WatchOS 6 for Apple Watch is expected to be released in the fall of 2019. A developer beta was released in June at WWDC 2019. The question is what is new in it for the users? Well, the next version software for Apple Watch will feature new watch faces and complications. Besides that it will have new first-party apps like Audiobooks, Voice Memos, and Calculator, as well as a dedicated watchOS App Store.

On the other hand, it will also include a new Hearing Health feature. So, if the user’s watch detects louder noise, it will notify you if the levels may harm your hearing. Apple has said all audio is stored locally on the device. Coming to other specs, there will be a streaming audio API available to developers. This feature would allow apps like Spotify or Overcast to stream over a LTE connection when users are away from their iPhone.

While talking about the features of new WatchOS 6, it also has a new health and fitness features. These include new “Trends,” “Highlights,” and “Favorites” views to compare your activity over time. One more new app called “Cycles” allows users to track their menstrual cycles on both Apple Watch as well as iPhone and log important information.