Which Apple Watch Models of WatchOS 7 update does it bring to?


Apple made several announcements at its WWDC20 event last night, along with iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur. Yesterday's event was full, so it was highly likely to overlook things.

If you're also an Apple Watch user and haven't watched yesterday's event, you may be wondering if your smartwatch will buy the watchOS 7. The answer to whether you can get watchOS 7 depends on which model you're using.

Apple Watch models that will get watchOS 7:

If you've received one of the recent Apple Watches, we have good news for you, the tech giant has announced that apple watches 3 and higher will support the WatchOS 7 operating system.  Unfortunately, if you own an older Apple Watch, we're bad news for you. The company has been Apple Watch Series 0, Apple Watch Series 1 and Apple Watch Series 2 will not receive watchOS 7 support.

Apple also announced that not all new watchOS 7 features will be available on all Apple Watch models. The company has not released a more detailed explanation on this issue, but it will also be revealed in the future which features cannot be used in which smartwatches.

Apple Watch owners who can use watchOS 7; they will get new sports events, some new watch interfaces and sleep tracking support.

There will also be a counter reminding you that you need to wash your hands will be included in the new operating system. The developer beta of watchOS 7 has been released, and the public beta will be released next month. The stable version of the operating system will meet users in September.

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