At today’s WWDC keynote, Apple unveiled watchOS 6 for the Apple Watch.
The biggest addition is a standalone Apple Watch App Store. You’ll be able to download and purchase apps directly from a watch. Apple will also allow independent apps that don’t require an iPhone to run.
Apple will also bring three built-in new apps – Voice Memos, Audiobooks, and Calculator.
There will also be a number of new faces in the software.
Another big addition will be a streaming audio API so you can listen to content just using the Apple Watch.
To no surprise, Apple also added a number of new health and fitness features like activity trends, hearing health, and cycle tracking for women. Activity trends will offer a better look at how your fitness compares to a longer time period.
Hearing health will show you how loud a certain location is.
The software will be in developer beta during the summer. It should arrive for all users sometime early this fall.