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Rumors have been circulating about what we can expect from watchOS 10, the next operating system for Apple’s wearable device. And now, a tweet from a leaker with the handle “@analyst941” has shed some light on what the update could include.
According to the leaker, watchOS 10 will feature a “redesigned homescreen layout/grid” that will make it “much easier to use” and more similar to iOS. This will reportedly include the use of folders, which will allow users to sort their apps and make navigation easier. It’s unclear whether the folders will be a third option alongside the grid and list or whether they will replace the grid as the default.
The leaker has also suggested that the folder design will be “reminiscent of folders from iOS 4-6,” giving users a sense of nostalgia for the earlier days of Apple’s mobile operating system.
However, it’s important to note that the leaker’s track record is not well established, and Mark Gurman from Bloomberg has already tweeted that many of the details posted by the account are “not true”. So while these rumors are plausible, they should be taken with a grain of salt.
That being said, it’s clear that we can expect some big changes to the Apple Watch operating system with the release of watchOS 10. Bloomberg has already reported that there will be a major update to the software, although specific details have not yet been confirmed.
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With WWDC 2023 just around the corner, we won’t have to wait long to find out more about watchOS 10 and what Apple has in store for its wearable device. Until then, we’ll just have to keep an eye out for any further rumors or leaks that might give us a better idea of what to expect.