Except someiPhone/Watch native apps such as stopwatches and weather forecasts, other apps will also start to emerge. The original third-party watch-centric apps will also begin to appear and be improved, and developers will not have to worry about apps that are compatible with the iPhone.
Insiders also revealed that Apple is still developing new health applications, such as Books, calendars and other native applications that can play audio on the wrist.
Although the source did not bring a timeline, it is expected to be announced at the upcoming Global Developers Conference (WWDC). For any announcement on the WWDC, September seems to be a possible announcement window, as Cupertino traditionally likes to release major updates in September.
It is reported that the 2019 Apple Global Developers Conference will be held from June 3rd to 7th.