The Apple Watch receives first big software update with watchOS 2

The Apple Watch gets its first big update with watchOS 2.

This wrist watch OS 2 update, which has been announced by Apple Monday at the Worldwide Developers Conference, will add several small features towards the watch along with native support. A few of the features include usage of health kit and heartrate data, control over HomeKit devices and a new Nightstand feature that activates if it's paying.

Here are a few other notable highlights:


Apple thought we would pay attention to consumers and added microphone use on the Apple Watch. Users is now able to record things a toronto injury lawyer having access to the devices mic. In addition to that, watchOS 2 will have car stereo completely from the watch face.


The modern software update will let developers create their own Complications, otherwise called customized watch faces, that could raise the options you have to customize their home screen. Some Complications can feature multiple displays immediately, meaning an individual is able to see time, weather, calendar and reminders while doing so.

Time travel:

A different feature called Time Travel also are added to this watch with the update. Time Travel will let users go forward the wrist watch face to discover what a full day appears like in a specific hour. Appointments, events and weather changes accordingly.


The update will expand the library of watch faces and convey a Photo Album face as well as a Time-Lapse face, the industry 24-hour time lapse of iconic locations. The Scrapbook face will let users create their own face by cropping a photograph and setting it a default.

Native Apps:

Developers can manage to access hardware features like the microphone, speaker, accelerometer plus the digital crown to produce apps fully Watch-compatible. This watch apps will also be competent to help HomeKit and the Fitness App.