The 5 minute podcast: Some leaked info about a coming Watch OS update for the Apple Watch (update: Watch OS 1.01 released)
In this episode of my English short-form podcast called The 5 minute podcast, I talk about that some new info about a coming Watch OS update for the Apple Watch has leaked out. Looks very interesting. Find my Watch feature, third-party app support, third-party watch face complications support, act as the primary input for the Apple TV, enhanced wireless connectivity, enhanced third-party support and much much more! Download and listen to this episode via iTunes or manually from this RSS Feed.
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Update: Apple has just released Watch OS 1.01. They list these changes:
- Measuring stand activity
- Calculating calories for indoor cycling and rowing workouts
- Distance and pace during outdoor walk and run workouts
- Third party apps
So it looks like it already got some of these new features in this first update. Hopefully we will see the rest I am talking about soon too. Apple has also added language support Brazilian Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, Swedish (I really hope that this means that we soon get Apple Watch here in Sweden), Russian, Thai, and Turkish.
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- Apple readies first significant Apple Watch updates
- will update Watch OS
- enhance Apple Watch security
- enhance connectivity with other Apple devices
- enhance integration with third-party applications
- new Find my Watch feature
- Apple Watch doesn't have a GPS chip so it will use a new feature called Smart Leashing instead
- will be able to notify a user with a tap on the wrist if the iPhone is accidentally left behind
- will allow developers to build native, full-speed apps for the Apple Watch
- will allow third-party watch face Complications
- Apple plans to market the Apple Watch as a primary input device for the next-generation Apple TV that probably is unveiled on WWDC in June.
- the new Apple TV will get third-party application support
- Apple will release a “TVKit” for developers to build third-party Apple TV apps.
- Apple TV will get Siri support
- it will be very interesting to see if we will see some of these new features already on WWDC June 8.
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