Apple has announced that all of its watchOS apps for the Apple Watch must be native by the 1st of June 2016.
The news was announced on Apple’s developer website and all applications for the device must be built with the latest Apple watchOS 2 software development kit.
Apple’s watchOS 2 was announced at WWDC 2015 last year and it allows developers to create their own watch face’s and allows developers access to a range of hardware features on the device.
Apple released the final version of watchOS 2 to developers latest September, so they should have plenty of time to get their applications ready for the June deadline.
The company is holding this years Worldwide Developer Conference in June and we could see a new version of Apple’s watchOS announced at this event, there may also be a new Apple Watch, although it is expected to come with minor updates.
Source Apple Insider
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