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In an exciting development for Apple Watch users, the highly anticipated watchOS 10 update is set to launch later this year, bringing a host of new features and improvements. Apple has revealed on its watchOS 10 preview site that this forthcoming update will be compatible with all Apple Watch versions capable of running watchOS 9.
This means that a wide range of Apple Watch models will benefit from the latest update. The following models are confirmed to support the watchOS 10 update:
- Apple Watch Series 4
- Apple Watch Series 5
- Apple Watch SE (All models)
- Apple Watch Series 6
- Apple Watch Series 7
- Apple Watch Series 8
- Apple Watch Ultra
However, Apple has cautioned users that not all features will be available on all devices. Some of the more advanced functionalities, which require higher processing power, may be limited to newer Apple Watch models equipped with more advanced processors. This serves as a reminder that while older devices will benefit from the update, they might not have access to the full suite of features available on the latest models.
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To run watchOS 10, users will not only need a compatible Apple Watch (Series 4 or later), but also an iPhone capable of running iOS 17. Apple specifies that this includes the iPhone XS or any subsequent models, as well as the iPhone XR or any later iterations.