WWDC 2015 Recap: watchOS 2
Today Apple announced something that we weren't really expecting. This was a new update to the Apple Watch OS, which we learned is called watchOS. This new version is called watchOS 2. One thing that we were really looking forward to was native apps, and Apple answered that with this update. You can also add an image to the watch face, so you no longer have to look at that black background. They've also announced a new time-lapse watch face. There will also be the ability for third-party apps to have a watch face widget which can be added. There can also be multiple pages of friends, whom can now be added from the watch. There's also a new time travel feature. You can use the Digital Crown to scroll through and see what your schedule looks like for the next few days.
On top of that there are some smaller additions, like having Siri show you a glance, share your activity achievements, reply to emails, make sketches with multiple colors, have Siri end a workout, and have third-party apps show data in the fitness app.
This is available as a beta to developers starting today. It will come to the public later this fall.