Apple requiring native apps for Apple Watch starting June 1st


I was an early-adopter of the Apple Watch and have had it pretty much since launch. While I initially bought it thinking it would be nothing more than a novelty, I’ve actually found it to be an amazing watch. Still, since the day I bought it there was one big drawback, the apps were mostly useless without a phone.

While it’s not common that I don’t have my phone with me, it would also be nice to have a watch that can run without another device. This has been a common issue and Apple is making major moves to address it requiring that all Apple Watch apps work independent from a phone starting June 1st.


This is going to make a lot of Apple Watch users very happy and it’s likely to bring new users to the device as well who previously felt too restricted. It’s a good move and one that I think is largely based on user feedback given what a major issue this has been for Apple since launching the watch.

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  • Joe April 23, 2016, 4:48 pm

    Incredible this hobby for a brand too have all his belongings to an imagination of adult creatures, I will be different if I have Apple not buy the watch that show off a Tag Hauer is more consistent with the perception that having my clients in filing Apple projects with a 13’3 “notebook and work while traveling, screen 21” PC on home office table, and an iPhone is as normal.

    This gives me remember what big fans of a brand that launches pajamas with the Apple logo and buy, among many more merchandising products that reach a friend’s house to find it’s your room everything is one brand, just missing the walls thereof to be more logical end, to be crazy about the pressure under the same brand.

    Each with its motto, is the beginning of a final marked by consumerism innocent.

    As I understand, what I come to see my age is much, although I respect each of you.


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