WatchOS 2 for Apple Watch comes next week




Apple Releases watchOS 2 for Apple Watch next week. That is what the manufacturer announced at a private event in San Francisco. In watchOS 2 include native apps on the watch possible.

Apple released last summer test versions of the operating system for its watches and next week following its release. Presumably, the update is over-the-air via the Apple Watch app available for users of the Apple Watch, but Apple did not specify which.

Apps that have now been published for the Watch run in their entirety on the phone, and the iPhone interface via bluetooth forward it to the Watch. Because users must wait for the connection between the phone and the watch after example, tap the app to open, occurs frequently delayed. Adding native apps would probably counter.

In watchOS 2, users can include a watch face turn into a personal photo or album. There is a face to watch the image of a time-lapse adapts to the time of day and the user’s location, and there is a new feature called Complications, which developers can add information from other apps.

HomeKit works on the Watch, allowing users to control their lights and thermostats from the watch, if connected via Apple’s standard automation. There is a night mode that horizontally displays while loading the clock in a green font. In addition, the watch can serve as an alarm. In addition, the Digital Touch function, in order to send to other drawings Watch-users, provided with a plurality of colors. Also, it is possible to perform a Face time audio call. Furthermore, developers get more opportunities, including through access to the microphone, accelerometer, vibration motor, speaker, digital crown and HealthKit with data on, among other heart rate and pedometer.

In addition to the update, Apple comes with new colors and finishes in his series of watches, including a rose gold version and a version with red-tape.


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