Apple is starting to look like it might be preparing to roll out an updated version of the Apple Watch app, letting go of a few of its most popular apps.
The latest Apple Watch update, codenamed “KitchenAid,” has just been released and adds a new “WatchKit” feature to the app.
This new version of Apple WatchKit brings together the main watch app with the more advanced WatchKit app.
The Apple Watch App on Mac, iOS, and watchOS devices now comes with the “WatchOS” app.
The WatchOS app now offers support for a number of Apple’s upcoming watchOS features, including Apple Pay, new notifications, and the ability to access the Apple Health app on your iPhone.
WatchKit now comes to the Apple watchOS version of Mac OS X, and it’s not just the app that’s getting a facelift.
Apple has also updated the WatchKit API to work with OS X Mavericks and later.
Apple’s updated WatchKit now allows users to easily add custom watch face templates to their Apple Watch.
Users can choose from a variety of templates, including a variety that includes a circle and a star.
Users will be able to import and export their own watch face images and create their own templates with the new “Custom Watch Face Template” feature.
The watchOS API now supports importing watch faces from Apple’s own iOS apps, allowing users to import watch faces and create watch face layouts on their own.
Apple Watch app developer Apple has been updating the Watch app on Mac OS since the fall of 2017, but the Watch OS version of WatchKit is the first time that Apple has added a watch face functionality.
The new “Kit KitchenAid” watch face template is available for the Mac as well as for watchOS on the Mac.
Apple Watch users can import their watch faces in watchOS, but there’s no way to import WatchKit templates on Mac.