At WWDC 2015 keynote, Apple announced the launch of watchOS 2 in fall this year. The opening keynote at the company’s 26th WWDC provided updates to Mac OS X El Capitan, iOS 9 and overhauled Apple Music. But it was Apple Watch, the company’s latest wearable device that took the center stage in literal sense. Apple devoted a major chunk of time in the event outlining improvements to Apple Watch. Barely launched few months back, Apple Watch is already on its way for some major revamp, courtesy Watch OS 2.
Coming this fall, watch OS will provide more faces and features for a highly personalized experience. Designed specifically to take advantage of watch’s size and location on the wrist, this unique operating system will offer high-performance app experience and enhanced communication tools.
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