HANDS ON : APPLE WATCHOS 3 BETA

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WatchOS 3 breathes new life into the Apple Watch, quite literally

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WatchOS 3 steams out many of the remaining wrinkles in the always evolving Apple Watch.

Apple’s first version of WatchOS wasn’t as bad as it could have been, and compared to Android Wear at the time, it was downright genius. However, two big problems plagued the Apple Watch and its software: speed and simplicity. WatchOS was just too damn slow and too damn complicated. We’re pleased to say that Apple has fixed both problems in one go with WatchOS 3.

We got the beta software on our Apple Watch to find out if our apps would finally load and if the Apple Watch would finally be as easy and intuitive to use as the iPhone. But first, we had to download the Minnie Mouse watch face, which is really the best part (kidding … or am I?).

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https://www.digitaltrends.com/wearables/apple-watchos-3-review/#/13

 

 

 

 

 

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