Beautiful new Watch faces found in iOS 14 code, could come with watchOS 7

Apple will release the first beta of watchOS 7 on June 22nd, but until then, the leaks continue. A few months ago, 9to5Mac discovered unreleased international flag watch faces, set for release with watchOS 7.

A Chinese developer and leaker has now confirmed those international flag faces, claiming ‘new Watch face?’, with a 4K image of all available flags found in the code (likely iOS 14).

A second image reveals 16 other possible Watch faces. Some, we’ve seen before, on iOS, but have seemingly been remade for the smaller display on the Apple Watch. Other images include new patterns and assortments, but it’s unclear as to how the time would be read from these faces. We’re also unsure if any of them will be Live or moving when tapped.

These stunning Watch faces could be released soon, or they could come as iPhone variants as well, in iOS 14’s revamped Wallpaper settings. Not long to go, so let’s see how Apple implements them into the software.

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