watchOS 6 Final Changelog – Everything that is New on Apple Watch


Here is the complete watchOS 6 final changelog outlining everything that is new for Apple Watch users this year.

Though it might not get the attention iOS 13 will get in the months to come, but watchOS 6 is a very important release in a number of ways. It packs in new watch faces, a dedicated App Store with standalone apps, an enhanced version of Siri that does so much more, etc. But of course, there are features which Apple didn't talk about that much and something which is only outlined in the watchOS 6 final changelog. So, without further ado, let's take a deep dive into what is new for users this year.

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As you can see, the update is packed with loads of features. Probably the best feature in the list is the dedicated support for apps, which is wondrous for Apple Watch users with cellular support. This means that you don't have to rely on your iPhone at all and have a full-blown experience regardless of where you are. Of course, this is entirely up to the developer how they go about this situation.

It would have been nice if third-party watch faces were allowed in this release, but I suppose that is not going to make the cut until next year at least. Anyway, what do you think about the new features in watchOS 6? Which one is your absolute favorite? Let us know in the comments section below.

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