Apple released a gold and rose gold Apple Watch Sport plus a new fall collection of Sport bands today, and inside the watchOS 2 software update due out next week is a variety of Sport band-matching color options. These new colors let you personalize the watch face with many more choices than the current software version. Check out each new color below:

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watchOS 1.0 and 1.0.1 included a variety of colors for setting the second hand, complication (widget) colors, and other watch face elements: white, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, and pink.

watchOS 2.0 adds many new colors including variations of the previous colors and even new tones: light orange, turquoise, light blue, midnight blue, lavender, vintage rose, walnut, stone, and antique white.

A previous beta version of watchOS 2 already added a multicolor option for the modular watch face. watchOS 2 also changes how complications like activity and sunrise/sunset appear, adding new color elements on watch faces including utility. watchOS 2 GM was released to developers today and will be available on September 16th alongside iOS 9 a week from today.

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