Apple on Monday announced WatchOS 5, the next version of its operating system for the Apple Watch.
When it arrives this fall, the update will be compatible with Apple Watch Series 1 or later.
That means it won’t work with the gold Apple Watch Edition, which started at $10,000 and could cost as much as $17,000.
Apple discontinued the watch in 2016.
When Apple’s new Apple Watch software arrives this fall, one group of users will be left out of the update: those who shelled out for the $10,000 Apple Watch Edition. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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