watchOS 6.2.5 Developer Beta 5 Released With Four New 'Pride' Watchfaces

Apple last Friday issued watchOS 6.2.5 developer beta 5 and found by 9to5mac, there are new 2020 Pride Apple Watch faces, in the form of customization options for popular Pride Digital, Pride Analog, and Gradient faces, just in time for the forthcoming "Pride Parade" in June.

Since 2018, Apple has been launching the "Pride" watchfaces every year. What differentiates this year's new Pride wacthfaces from the last two years is that they don't include individual stripes, since the 2020 ones use a seamless connection approach.

Furthermore, contrasted with the same period last year, the vibrant shades of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple in the 2020 versions are slightly faded. You can tap the watch face to re-lay and view the vibration effect animation. If you tap repeatedly, the intensity will increase. The color sequence of the concentric rectangles is randomized on the analog watch face each time the wrist is raised.

We can expect Apple to release watchOS 6.2.5 within this month, considering Apple assured that iOS 13.5 will be available in May with new features like the new Exposure Notification API, and the fact that the company usually pushes watchOS updates to users alongside iOS updates.

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