A watchOS 10 Redesign with Widgets
As predicted, Apple is giving Apple Watch users a new way of looking at things with watchOS 10. A widget-like view reminiscent of the Siri Watch Face will now be available from any watch face simply by turning the Digital Crown to bring up a Smart Stack of widgets with relevant information.
There will also be widgets for grouping favorite complications like timers, and you’ll see other active sessions show up here, like stopwatch, workouts, and Now Playing.
Apple has also redesigned several of its watchOS apps with a fresh coat of paint, such as introducing dynamic background colors to the World Clock app and adding corner icons and full-screen views to the Activity app. This new design language is also available to developers for their own apps.
As usual, watchOS 10 offers new watch faces, with a Palette face that uses three layers of color to visualize the current time and a rich Snoopy and Woodstock watch face that offers fun animations that interact with the watch hands, weather conditions, and more.