WatchOS gets an upgrade
WWDC is live and Apple has launched the third release of watchOS.
The company has focused on speed and how fast apps will run, which is a major improvement since the earlier releases were a bit slow and lagged from time to time. Apple says the apps now launch and react “seven times” faster than the previous OS.
Apple has done this by allowing 3rd party and built-in apps to be saved onto the memory, and when apps are being used they update and refresh in the background.
Navigation speed has been increased through a new feature called “dock” that lets you swipe up to launch different apps. It will also have a control center where you can swipe up to see quick commands such as Bluetooth, WiFi, and more.
Messages has a new feature called scribble that allows you to draw letters which are converted to text.
New faces will be available in the new OS such as Minnie Mouse, Roman Numerals, and more. Users will be able to switch between different faces by swiping left and right.
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