Apple today Announce New Pride Edition Apple Watch band, watch face, and wallpaper.

The belt features a fluorescent design inspired by multiple Pride flags with a laser-etched tab that reads “PRIDE 2024”. Black, Hispanic and Latino communities, as well as those affected by HIV/AIDS, are represented on the strip in black and brown, while transgender and non-binary individuals are represented in pink, light blue and white.

The band is accompanied by a Pride Radiance watch face and a new wallpaper for iOS and iPadOS, where rays of light glow against a dark background and stack on top of each other. On Apple Watch, colors follow each number on the watch face and react in real time as the wearer moves their wrist based on gyroscope input. On iPhone and iPad, color bands display the word “Pride” and move dynamically when the user unlocks the device. For the first time, the Pride watch face and backgrounds can be customized to show specific colors representing the LGBTQ+ communities.

The new Solo Loop will be available starting May 22. The new Pride Radiance watch face and wallpaper for ‌iPhone‌ and iPad‌ will be available “soon” with the release of watchOS 10.5, iOS 17.5, and iPadOS 17.5.

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