watchOS 6 will bring its own App Store, voice notes, audiobooks, new covers and more, according to Bloomberg


Lately we talked a lot about the news that will bring the next version of the iPhone and iPad operating system – iOS 13 – that we will know next month at WWDC 2019. However, there was no news about watchOS, the Apple Watch operating system. … so far.

Giant Bloomberg revealed information we did not know about watchOS 6, which should be presented to developers next month during WWDC 2019. According to this information, Apple Watch would now incorporate its own App Store.

In this way, Apple's smart watch would be much more independent to be able to download applications without the need to do so from the iPhone. Bloomberg also adds that the Voice Notes application will be embedded so users can record voice notes directly from Apple Watch.

But there will be more apps, as you can download audiobooks to listen to them from Apple Watch using AirPods or other Bluetooth headsets, plus add a handy calculator. Also all your Animoji and Memoji stickers on your iPhone will be synced with your Apple Watch.

Obviously, we will have news related to health, because now we will have two new applications. The first one will be called "Dosage" to help you with the reminders when taking a daily medication. And the second application will be called "Cycles," which will allow women to control their menstrual cycles.

Finally, Bloomberg adds that we'll find new covers and more widgets to add to the covers, such as one that lists rainfall data, the battery life of connected Bluetooth headphones, the status of audio books, and more.

Now we only have to wait until the first days of June to witness a new WWDC 2019, where we hope to hear the news of iOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS 10.15.

With information Bloomberg


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