Many are the users who are already waiting for WWDC 2019 to be held to see what are the news that will come from the hand of the next version of watchOS, version number 6, version that some after the end of the presentation event of the Conference for Developers will be available only for this community.
Meanwhile, that date arrives, today we show you the concept of how watchOS could improve 6 according to Matt Birchler. Matt shows us a redesign of the Siri watchface, a sphere that has been with us for almost two years and the one that already it's time to renew to show more information, with a cleaner and more modular interface replacing the current interface with cards.
This new interface would show us the same information and utility as up to now, but instead of using cards it could use a modular complication style as we show you in the image that heads this article. This new design would allow applications to display custom interfaces with the information that we really want to be displayed on the screen.
The concept that Matt offers us, shows us how Apple could integrate an application to track sleep using the ring system popularized by the Cupertino-based company as well as adding additional features to enhance interaction with the information that really matters to us.
Another novelty that according to Matt, it would be interesting to see in the next version of watchOS, we find it in the user interface when accessing the applications that we have installed. It would be great to really take advantage of the 44mm model's display, showing the applications in the form of a grid, on which we can scroll to be able to show part of the content of the application and thus access each one more quickly.
Most likely, none of Matt's ideas will be available in the next version of watchOS, but it would be really interesting if Apple took note of the proposals made by some designers, as it did with the jailbreak community, community of the that copied a large number of tweaks that until then were the most popular.