Apple Watch: Is it better than the Amazon Echo?
WatchOS 2 has been in testing for a while now, but we’ve yet to get our hands on an actual device.
Now we can, thanks to a recent leak of a new Apple Watch OS 2 firmware.
The firmware is based on the original Apple WatchOS 1, which was released back in March of last year.
Since then, Apple has been releasing firmware updates to Apple Watch models, but this is the first time we’ve heard anything official about the upcoming update.
While the Apple Watch 2 is still under development, there are already a few changes to the hardware and software.
Apple’s HomePod app is now a bit more robust, allowing users to control the thermostat, alarm, and more from the Watch’s Home button.
It also supports the ability to change the color of the display from the Apple watch face, and a “more personal” interface.
Apple has also been giving away the new watch face and watch face bands for free, which will hopefully encourage users to get their hands on one.
Apple has also made some changes to how the watch faces are displayed, including making the display smaller, making the icons a little more crisp, and removing the “luminosity” feature that lets you control the brightness from the display.
The company has also introduced the new “watch face app” to make it easier to get your Apple Watch on your wrist.
You can download the watchOS 2 firmware from Apple’s website, or you can grab a new Watch from the App Store and install it on your Watch.
If you’re on a Mac, you can also download and install the watch OS 2.0 update directly from the OS X Yosemite update process.
We will keep you posted on the watch update as we receive more information.
The watchOS 1 firmware is expected to be available to download and update at some point in the next few days.