According to a recent Bloomberg rumor, Apple’s watchOS 10 upgrade will steal the show at this year’s WWDC, which is set for June 5. According to reports, watchOS 10 will include a significant design and functionality revamp. Not only will iOS 17 receive major new features. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, watchOS 10 will also receive significant new features that will be presented at the forthcoming WWDC 2023, which will take place on June 5. Similarly, the report claims that macOS 13.4 will support more Macs. During the next Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple will demonstrate the new capabilities and features of the next-generation iOS 17, iPadOS 17, tvOS 17, watchOS 10, macOS, and xrOS.
watchOS 10 Has New Features
There are currently no details on the specific features that watchOS 10 may offer on Apple Watch. Given that this is the tenth edition, we may expect some cosmetic modifications as well as certain must-have functionality on watchOS 10. The same can be said about iOS 17, which is expected to include third-party app store compatibility, app sideloading, and compatibility for mixed-reality headsets. In terms of Macs, Apple is expected to release a more powerful Apple Silicon-powered computer, the Mac Pro, which might be powered by an M2 Ultra processor with 24 CPU cores and 76 GPU cores. Moreover, the Mac Pro is likely to include up to 192GB of inbuilt RAM.
Finally, the Mac Pro could be the first Apple Silicon-powered product to offer storage expansion. The Apple Reality Pro, a premium AR/VR headset, is touted to be the main attraction of WWDC 2023. It is expected to cost roughly $3,000 and will operate on the cross, which is optimized for the VR and AR experience.