Fitness updates: A new workout type for yoga including heart-rate monitoring and tracking, and another for hiking that helps to measure pace and heart-rate.
You'll both be competing against each other to see who can earn the most points and close the most Rings in the Activity app over a week long period.
Apple is set to release a new version of WatchOS with, unsurprisingly, new fitness features.
But the most valuable additions are for runners.
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Instead of saying "Hey, Siri" every time you want to ask the virtual assistant a question, you'll soon be able to merely raise your watch to your face and speak your request. Outdoor running can now track your rolling mile pace, and will alert you if you're falling behind your desired pace. As of September 2017, Apple said that the Apple Watch was the number one selling watch in the world. Oh, and Apple is going to replace your student ID card in the Apple Watch wallet to access the library, pay for meals, and more. Apple Podcasts Users can now listen to their favorite podcasts on the go with Apple Podcasts on Apple Watch and stream any podcast in the catalog by using Siri.
Apple is also allowing third-party music and podcast apps to play audio in the background while you use another app on your wrist. Think of it like voice messages in iMessage...but simpler and on your wrist. Whether that was all a big misunderstanding or something went wrong so the company didn't announce it, we probably won't ever know.
WatchOS5 will also support interactive notifications, allowing users to take actions immediately from within a compatible notification.
Also viewable web content will be available in texts and email. You can view a version of the site on the phone, while previously that was unavailable.
There's a ton of other features, too. This year also does things do not seem to be very different.