Apple Watch developers can now upgrade to watchOS 3 beta 3. The new update contains a number of bug fixes, mainly focused on the new features that were announced by Apple at WWDC 2016.
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watchOS 2.2 is now available for Apple Watch owners to download and install. The new update would be of very little interest to users, after knowing what watchOS 3 will be bringing to their devices: instant app launch, amongst many other features.
Apple released watchOS 3 beta 2 to developers today. Here is our list of all the new features and changes in this update.
Apple has released developer betas for watchOS 3 and tvOS 10. The new releases contain major features including instant app launch, new app dock, Home app, Reminders app and more for Apple Watch, and single sign-on, dark more, updates to Siri, and other design updates for Apple TV.
LockItUp app allows users to lock their Mac or Windows PC using an Apple Watch. This means that you can lock your computer from literally anywhere around the world as long as you have an Internet connection.
Apple announced watchOS 3 at WWDC 2016, with several much-needed improvements which include better app performance, improved navigation via the side button, updates to fitness and health apps, new watch faces and updates to existing ones and messages app revamp which matches the updates to the iOS 10 version.
Cardiogram is a nifty little app that lets users create graphs from the heart rate readings from Apple Watch. The app has received a big update with brings to it a new design, 3D Touch support, and native watchOS 2 Apple Watch app.
Apple announced the winners of their annual Apple Design Awards at WWDC 2016. This is the 20th year of ADAs and Apple awards them to recognize innovation and beautiful designs for Mac and iOS apps and games. Apps that make the best use of Apple technologies and platform APIs as well as focus on accessibility are the ones that normally get selected for an ADA.
Apple has announced watchOS 3 for Apple Watch. The new update brings much-desired app performance fixes, background data loading, new watch faces, updates to existing watch faces and much more.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference has started and as always, the keynote begins by rounding up the latest statistics regarding the conference, its platforms and so on. We summarize the latest updates from Apple below:
Apple has announced what can be considered the biggest changes to App Store, since its inception back in 2008. Developers can now take advantage of a new subscription model and new ad placement in App Store search results. These changes will be rolled out to all of Apple’s App Store: iOS + Apple Watch, Mac, and Apple TV.
Apple has released second beta versions for iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, tvOS 9.2.2 and first beta version of watchOS 2.2.2 to developers. The new updates are minor in nature, with bug fixes and stability improvements. No new features have been found in these releases.