Apple is rolling out iOS and Mac apps to the Apple Watch for the first time, letting developers use its iOS and OS X tools to create apps and games for the device.
The Watch is available for purchase through the Apple App Store and the Mac App Store, and the company has started rolling out a number of new apps in the past few weeks, including the company’s first app for the Watch’s built-in GPS, the WatchKit mobile SDK, the Apple Maps app, and a new Apple TV app.
The watchOS 3 update adds a number new apps to watchOS, including an in-app video editor, a weather app, a photo viewer, and an album viewer.
The apps are available on both iOS and macOS.
Apple Watch is a huge leap forward for Apple, which has struggled to catch up with the popularity of its Android Wear platform.
The Apple Watch launched in March 2016, and is one of the first smartwatches to support cellular data.
The company has also made an effort to bring its WatchKit SDK to the iPhone, but it has been hampered by the need to make apps for Apple’s Android platform.
The new watchOS app, WatchKit, brings the Watch to iOS, Mac, and Android, allowing developers to create custom apps and watchfaces for the watch.
The WatchKit app lets developers create watchfaces and watch apps, and it also provides a way to integrate the Watch into other apps that developers can create.
Apple has said the watchOS 2 update will bring more WatchKit apps to iOS.
Apple has been building WatchKit on top of iOS and making it available on the Mac, so developers can easily write watch apps for iOS.
The new watch apps also let developers write watchfaces, watchfaces with custom fonts, and watch animations, and developers can also make custom WatchKit watch faces.
Apple also has added support for the Apple Pay mobile wallet, which can be used to make payments on Apple Pay terminals.
The latest Apple Watch app adds a new watch complication that can be customized, and Apple is now offering a special watchface that can display the time in real-time.
Apple also added a watch app that can turn off notifications and a watch complication to add additional customization options.
In addition to the watch apps and the watch, Apple also launched WatchKit 2.0 for the iPhone and iPad.
Apple added support to Apple Pay on the iPhone in late 2017, but that support has been discontinued.
Apple is rolling the WatchOS 2 updates out through a series of apps and updates, including Apple Maps, a new Watch app for Apple TV, a watchface and watch app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, the new Apple Watch App Store app, the Mac Watch app, Apple Watch Accessories, and more.