With the Apple Watch almost approaching its 10th anniversary, watchOS is starting early in 2023 with its tenth version, and there’s plenty to look back on, while looking ahead as to what it should bring.
When the first Apple Watch was made available in 2015, watchOS 1 didn’t feature many third-party apps, and there was a big focus on communication rather than the fitness focus of what we see in the lineup today.
However, while there are a couple of features that we’d love to see return again, there are a few long-standing ones that should have appeared by now, which we’d like to finally see as we head into WWDC in June.
Compatible Apple Watches
Third-Party Watch Faces
Weather Watch Face
Bring back Time Travel
Better Camera Remote App
The camera app on watchOS is one of the underrated features of the Apple Watch, but it’s barely seen an update since it debuted with the original model back in 2015. More controls such as switching to Portrait Mode and Cinema Mode would be useful here, alongside
While the Fitness app has seen great improvements in setting different goals for the three rings, there’s still no way to pause the streaks you’ve earned if you’re ill or had to commute somewhere that would end the streak.
Rest days are common with fitness, so it’s baffling, nine years since the launch of the Watch, that there’s no way to set this.
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