In addition to announcing the new Apple Watch hardware at the September event today, Apple has shared that WatchOS 7 will be available for all users on September 16th.
WatchOS 7 brings several new changes and improvements. Two of the features of the title include native slip tracking and clock face sharing. First reported by Federico Vittiki of MacStory, WatchOS 7 will land tomorrow, September 16th.
Meanwhile, new workout types of exercises like dance, functional strength training, core training and colddowns make it easier to track accurately and automatic hand wash detection starts a 20-second count to ensure you have been cleaning your hands for a long time.
WatchOS 7 will release Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2 So you will need an Apple Watch Series 3, Series 4, Series 5, or one of the newly announced Apple Watch models to use WatchOS 7.
Your iPhone needs to run iOS 14 for WatchOS 7.
From Apple PR:
“WatchOS 7 will be available on Apple Watch Series 3 and then on September 16th and requires iPhone 6S or later running iOS 14” requires AppleEvent
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