Native Apple Watch Apps to arrive this fall

After many unofficial reports on developments regarding Apple Watch now we have some clear hints by one of the company’s official. Recently Apple’s Jeff Williams was quoted about Apple Watch. Jeff Williams not only confirmed the arrival of native Apple Watch apps but also termed the sale of Apple Watch fantastic.

The reports through Jeff Williams are very encouraging for the Apple enthusiasts who have been waiting for some concrete information regarding Apple Watch. Jeff Williams not only the Vice President but also holds the position previously held by the CEO Tim Cook. He is also thought to be one of the key rolls behind the success of Apple key products.

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Keeping the rumors and expectations aside, Jeff Williams is very much positive regarding Apple Watch’s business in the smart wearable’s market. According to Williams the sale of Apple Watch is gaining momentum and has also achieved a better position than the other key competitors. He farther said that although the company had sold a good number of Apple Watches but the numbers are not the focus instead, Apple looks forward for more great products.

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Apple is also expending possibilities regarding its smartwatch by inviting more third-party apps. As Williams pointed out, developers will be able to build native Apple Watch apps which will have more permission to the sensors. He also confirms the SDK for native Apple Watch apps, to be available at the WWDC 2015 this year. This will bring some useful native Apple Watch apps along with the iOS 9 which is due in this fall, confirmed by Williams.

Jeff Williams also pointed out about the company’s growing interest in the automobile industry. However Williams denied explaining anything directly regarding Apple’s plans. But he accepted that Apple is concerned about CarPlay and it may unveil some new products related to automobiles. Apple is considering many other areas to expend its popular business and start some new.

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