USA Today Apple Watch owners are likely to be disappointed when it comes to Apple Watch software updates in the coming months, with many of the company’s most important features including Apple Pay, HealthKit, Siri, Maps, and Apple Music all moving to third-party apps.
Apple has been a strong supporter of third-parties in the past, but the company has also been working hard to improve its support for third-gen Apple Watches and is making improvements in the process.
Last week, Apple announced the introduction of the Apple Watch OS 4.1 beta, and it was a significant release.
The beta, which we’ll get to in this article, included a number of new features, including Apple Watch Face and HealthKit support, a new Health app that can display your health data and notifications, and more.
But the beta also introduced several bugs, including an issue where the watch would crash upon entering a room and restarting the watch.
For most of these issues, users will likely have to wait until Apple Watch hardware is released in a later firmware update, and the company does plan to release the final version of the software sometime this year.
Apple will also release the latest firmware for the Apple TV, which will come to many Apple Watch users later this year, but it will likely be at least a year before the software updates to the Apple TVs.
This means that, in most cases, users should expect to have to update to a new firmware for their Apple Watch, rather than wait until the next major firmware update.
Apple WatchOS 4.2 will be the first major update to the software that will arrive in the Apple Watched section of the App Store.
In addition to the new features introduced in the beta, Apple is also bringing back Siri, the Siri Assistant that will allow users to interact with their Watch and Siri.
It will be possible to ask Siri to “wake you up” or “wake up the world,” as well as to ask it to “send an email.”
Apple will be offering additional features that will work on all Apple Watchers, including the ability to set alarms, turn on music playback, set reminders, and even turn on the Home button.
There are some new features in the new WatchOS beta, including support for the new Apple Watch Sport smartwatch band.
Additionally, Apple Watch is getting support for a new “digital compass,” which will be useful in navigating around your home and office.
Lastly, Apple will be rolling out the new “Apple Watch app” in a few weeks, and you can expect the app to support a number other third- party apps, including HealthKit.
Apple has been working on a variety of third party apps for Apple Watch for some time now, and they include the Health app, Siri Assistant, the Apple Music app, the new Health screen, and of course, Health.
You can check out the full list of features in Apple Watch’s new watchOS 4 beta app, which you can download from the App store.
We’ve reached out to Apple for comment on the beta release and will update this article if we hear back.