Apple is expected to reveal a new Pride watch face, according to 9to5Mac.
The watch face is inspired by Pride’s rainbow flag and is likely designed to match the limited edition Rainbow Pride Woven Nylon Apple Watch Band the tech giant released at WWDC last year.
The code for the watch face was found in iOS 11.4 and watchOS 4.3.1. It appears the new watch face will move the threads of colours whenever the display is touched. According to 9to5Mac, whenever a user touches the display the colours will move in a different way.
I changed the date and time on my iPhone, Apple Watch it shows as a new watch face ?️? pic.twitter.com/H1tswvCmgh
— John (@1TrueCanadian) May 30, 2018
9to5Mac says the watch face will be available on Monday, June 4th at 12pm PT (3pm ET) via an over-the-air update to watchOS 4.3.1. A few Twitter users have gone ahead and changed the date on their Apple Watch in order to make the watch face show up now.
It’s likely that we’ll learn more about watchOS 5, Apple’s upcoming update to its wearable operating system, at WWDC next week.
LGBTTQQIAAP Pride Month is celebrated in June in Canada and U.S.
Patrick O'Rourke is passionate about Apple products, video games and photography. He's covered the tech industry for various publications since 2007. email@example.com