apple watch[WWDC 2015] The Apple Watch is a thing of beauty, that simply cannot be denied, but as to whether this particular piece of hardware is worth saving up for is another matter to consider altogether, as different people with different priorities will give you varied answers, depending on who you ask. Still, those who have had the Apple Watch since it was made available would be able to notice that the first third-party apps that ran on it were not the smoothest for sure, simply because those apps ran on the iPhone instead of being an Apple Watch native app. Tim Cook has just unveiled a new Watch OS as well as SDK at Apple’s WWDC 2015 event, and in layman’s terms, this would mean the Apple Watch will soon get full native apps. Bye bye, lag!

With the new Watch OS (as expected and looked forward to since last month), it will be able to open up all of the wearable’s functionality to developers. App developers will then be able to tap the Digital Crown, health and orientation sensors, not to mention “taptic” feedback feature, among others. Tim Cook himself shared, “WatchOS which gives developers even more time to develop apps for the Watch that will change the world.”

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