Apple Tests The WatchOS 3.2 With Developers
Apple recently announced that it would be making the Beta 1 version of the watchOS 3.2 available for all Apple Watches. The beta version is available only for those developers who are registered already. This tester of the watchOS 3.2 SDK (Software Developer Kit) will allow the developers to create new applications that will ultimately be unveiled in the final version of the new Apple Watch OS.
WatchOS 3.2 will focus on fixing any and all existing bugs and glitches in the current OS. Besides this, the new beta OS is said to also feature the Theatre Mode, which is set to debut in Apple’s iOS 10.3. This mode will ensure that the Apple Watch becomes silent once it is activated. So now, users can access and make use of their gadget without distracting those around you.
In addition to this, the Apple Watch0S 3.2 beta version also features an integrated SiriKit. This is so that developers can build applications for the Apple Watch, which are supported by Siri. If this is successful in its application, it will add a greater level of functionality to Apple’s Watch. From allowing users to order food and make payments, to even booking flight tickets and cabs by giving Siri a voice command, the applications are plenty!
Even though this version is in its first beta stage, it includes a complete list of tools and Xcode frameworks which are specifically designed to assist developers in creating useful and intuitive applications for the WatchOS. The OS 3.2 beta is being offered with the newest Xcode IDE (Integrated Development Environment) and Instruments analysis utility.
With the new Apple WatchOS, the Californian company is focused on improving the user experience in its entirety. This will be done by introducing an array of security patches, performance improvements and bug fixes.
Those developers who are already registered and want to download Apple’s new watchOS 3.2 Beta, simply have to install the profile of the configuration on their Apple Watch. Apple has also included a set list of guidelines and instructions in the notes released. These can be found by developers on their Apple Developer account. The list also has the detailed reports of bugs and other known problems currently plaguing the Apple Watch. These are expected to be repaired by the time the next version of the WatchOS 3.2 beta releases.
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by techtalks @TechTalks February 27, 2017 8:09 AM UTC