Apple unveiled its latest watchOS 10 update to the world at its WWDC 2023 event. The company also announced a boatload of additional updates for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, as well as Apple TV. watchOS 10 comes with a boatload of forward-facing additions which will enhance users' experience. The latest update is available in the form of a developer beta and a public beta will be released in the coming weeks as well. As for the final build, Apple will release watchOS 10 in September alongside the iPhone 15 lineup. If you are wondering if your Apple Watch is compatible with watchOS 10, check out the list below.
These Apple Watch models are compatible with the latest watchOS 10 update
For your ease, we have created a list that will allow you to see if your Apple Watch is compatible with Apple's latest watchOS 10 update. watchOS 10 was reported to be the biggest update since the launch of the Apple Watch in 2015. The update brings a new Home Screen layout which will make it easier for users to organize their apps in folders. Furthermore, the update also brings widgets to the table so you can just take a glance at the information. Overall. watchOS 10 is inspired by iOS, offering a unified and seemingly seamless approach across platforms.
If you have an Apple Watch and are not sure if it is compatible with watchOS 10, we have created a list that will allow you to make an informed decision about whether to upgrade to a new model or not. If you do not see your Apple Watch's model in the list below, unfortunately, it will not be receiving the latest watchOS 10 update. Check out the list below for more details.
Apple Watch Ultra
Apple Watch Series 8
Apple Watch Series 7
Apple Watch Series 6
Apple Watch Series 5
Apple Watch Series 4
Apple Watch SE
Apple Watch SE (Second-Generation)
In the list above, all variants of the models are compatible with the latest watchOS 10 update. We have also created a list of iPhone and iPad models that are compatible with iOS 17 and iPadOS 17, so be sure to check that out as well. watchOS 10 will be available to everyone later this year in the fall alongside the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro launch.
The company has also announced a boatload of other software updates and we will be covering it all in extensive detail, so be sure to stick around. Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.
Written by Ali Salman