According to the source, the new layout would be simpler to use and more iOS-like, including app folders. But they aren’t sure if the new layout would be enabled by default or if it would be an additional option. The source said they would soon provide additional details, but they did not provide any additional information.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman stated last weekend in his newsletter that watchOS 10 will be the most significant software update to the Apple Watch since 2015. Eminently, he expressed one of the arranged upgrades for the Apple Watch is an “refreshed interface,” which would line up with an overhauled Home Screen. Since the device’s launch in 2015, apps on the Apple Watch are displayed in a honeycomb grid, and a scrollable list view is also available.
Before the iPhone 14 Pro was announced last year, the unidentified source of this rumor posted accurate information about the device’s Dynamic Island on the MacRumors Forums. However, there is no assurance that the most recent information they shared will prove to be accurate because they do not yet have a long-term track record with rumors.