(via Business Insider)
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Reviewers have had two common criticisms of Apple Watch since it launched in April: Apps are slow and don’t always perform very well, and it’s a bit expensive for a watch that still requires you to keep your phone nearby.
In June, Apple announced that it’s addressing those two points among other things with its watchOS 2 software update for the Apple Watch, which is launching in September.
Apps will have native access to the watch, which means they’ll be able to run on the watch itself rather than constantly communicating with your… Continue reading