WatchOS 9 introduces four new faces: Lunar, which depicts the relationship between the Gregorian calendar and the lunar calendar, which is used in many cultures such as Chinese,

Hebrew and Islamic; At Play, a dynamic piece of art unique to Apple Watch and created in collaboration with artist Joey Fulton;

The Metropolitan, a classic, type-driven watch face where the style changes as the digital crown turns; and Astronomy, an original face that has been completely recreated and includes a new star map and current cloud data.

The update brings improved and modern complications to some of the most classic watch faces, such as the Utility, Simple, and Activity analogs, along with background color editing for the Modular, Modular Compact, and X-Large for added personalization.

Portrait faces add depth effects to more photos, including cats, dogs and landscapes, while Chinese scripts are added as California and Typograph watch face options.

For the first time, any Apple Watch user running watchOS 9 — even those without a Nike model — will be able to access all Nike watch faces, including the fresh colors coming to Bounce Face.

Focus now allows users to select an Apple Watch face to automatically appear when a specific focus is initiated on the iPhone, such as Photo Face during Personal Focus, helping users stay in the moment.