And it is that the predictions of Mark Gurman after launching with the new Mac Pro presented at WWDC along with the new 6K HDR monitor do not stop there. Gurman confirms that the arrival of news in watchOS 6 is more than assured and among some of them we will find new areas, the possibility of reading audiobooks, a couple of health apps and more news.
The truth is that Gurman's predictions are usually correct and we can think that these are some of the news that we will find in the new version of watchOS that will be presented next June in San Jose.
The spheres that we have today in watchOS are quite a lot and varied but it is always good that more are added. In this case, what Gurman tells us is that they would be spheres in various colors and some of them with interesting options for the issue of complications, since it will allow us to add some of them to our liking. The spheres are an important part of the Apple Watch and as always in the new version Apple will add some new ones. In this case, there is talk of a kind of its own application store, which can also allow the creation of unique apps for the watch beyond having the iPhone always next to it, so it would have more independence from the smartphone.
Regarding the Health applications, he says that they could be related to medicine and its treatments and even to the calculation of noise abroad. In any case, these types of applications, as always, will have to see where they are available first, since it always depends on the functions they perform and their approval. It may be that we all have first access once presented since one of them would serve to remind us of taking medication, the other to control cycles and a last to measure the noise that we have around us. Listening to voice notes from the watch or having it read us an audiobook would be other options that we have already read in previous rumors this version of watchOS 6 could bring. In addition to new Animojis, stickers and the like for the Messages app. We'll see how many of these news Gurman hits.