Love your country's flag? Well, you will soon be able to put it as a watchface on your Apple Watch.
According to a leaked watchOS 7 code, the upcoming firmware will include a new "International" watchface feature that will allow users to set their favorite country's flag as a background on their Apple wristwear.
Here are more details.
Some images related to the feature have been found in iOS 14, revealing how it would look like. Understandably, users will be able to set a minimalist version of their favorite country's flag as watchface.
However, it remains to be seen how time will be overlaid on the background and if users will be able to customize it to add additional complications.
Meanwhile, an earlier leak has confirmed that watchOS 7 will also introduce a sleep tracking feature for the Apple Watch.
According to reports, a new personalized sleep goal will be added to the Health app on the iPhone that monitors sleep. The feature will provide you with relevant data to help you improve the duration and quality of your sleep.
In fact, the watchOS 7 firmware will bring in a new Infograph Pro watchface with a tachymeter feature for measuring speed.
The new software version will also introduce parental controls for the Apple Watches used by children, bring improvements to photos-based watchfaces, and some updates to Watch apps that are currently based on extensions.
Alongside the aforementioned features, watchOS 7 is also likely to add the ability to share your watchfaces with friends and family via the Watch app. However, it is unclear if Apple will let you share full custom watchfaces or just basic templates.
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