Earlier this week, a whole list of watchOS 7 features leaked showing sleep tracking, an Infograph Pro watch face, the ability to share non-exclusive watch faces, and more. Now, 9to5Mac has published another report detailing another new watch face that will arrive in the Apple Watch update.
It’s called the International watch face, and it’s exactly what it sounds like. It will give you a watch face with flags from countries around the world. Beyond that, details are unclear. For example, we don’t know exactly which countries will have flags included in the watch face, other than what’s seen in the image above.
We also don’t know exactly how the watch face will work. You might have to pick your favorite country that you want to represent, or your Watch might pick a different flag randomly from time to time.
watchOS 7 will be unveiled in June at Apple’s WWDC 2020 developer conference. It will arrive alongside iOS 14, macOS 10.16, and tvOS 14, and developer betas will be available on that same day. General availability will likely be in September.