In June, at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2019, we will most likely meet the watchOS 6 and all that it brings back to Apple Watches owners when it is officially released in September / October. Looking forward to what, the designer Matt Birchler Wasted no time in putting together a concept showing everything you expect from the new operating system.
Birchler envisions a new version of Siri's dial (merging with Modular Infographic), sleep and wellness monitoring, a new grid layout Dock, new dials, more iPhone apps, better data transfer to apps third parties, among others.
The designer does not expect a big leap in this year's update, noting that the biggest revolutions occur in odd versions.
Remember that the same Birchler made a similar concept for watchOS 5, just over a year ago.