Apple Releases watchOS 3

Today at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, the company has gone on to announce watchOS 3, the latest version of its operating system for the Apple Watch. This device has been unveiled by Apple’s executive Kevin Lynch and it comes with numerous changes and enhancements. The company has mainly focused on making the WatchOS update easier and more intuitive to use.
 
 
 
At first, Apple’s Kevin Lynch has showed off how much faster watchOS actually is, in comparison to the earlier version. Watch apps is now able to launch instantly, rather than taking sometime to load. The new WatchOS 3 is around seven times faster than its previous watchOS 2.
 
Apple has also gone on to add numerous UI updates to the new watchOS 3 in order to make it more familiar and easier to use. There is a new dock where you will be able to set your favorite app for a quick use. You will also be able to gain access to the Control Center, by swiping up from the bottom of the watch’s display. You will also be able to see “smart replies” on the display while messaging; hence you will be able to select a replay in order to send someone an answer to their message.
 
One of the most exciting announcements made by Apple is that it now comes with the ability to switch watchfaces just by swiping on the display. The company is also come up with a Minnie Mouse watchface in order to complement the fan-favorite Mickey Mouse design which accompanied the original Apple Watch.
 
The company has also gone on to work on improving the Apple Watch for wheelchair users with watchOS 3. For example, the “Time to stand” notification will now go on to say “Time to roll,” while the watch is also better at recognizing wheelchair movements and goes on to recognize that as an exercise.
 
Alongside, building on Activity improvements, the company has gone on to announce a new app known as Breathe, which will go on to remind the users to take time out of their busy day to breathe. This app feature various breathing and relaxation exercise.
 
The watchOS 3 will be available to developers soon and it will be available to all Apple Watch users via a software update later this year.