The Apple Watch companion app has been known about since the start of 2015. But with the smart watch now pegged for release on April 24th, developer Hamza Sood has shown off a stack of screen shots of the app, aimed squarely at whetting your appetite for Apple’s latest product.
Part of iOS 8.2, the Apple Watch companion app comes packed with features which allow you to tinker with the timepiece via your iPhone.
The black–backed interface lets you change the layout of the watch’s home screen, assign which wrist your watch will be strapped to and fiddle with the strength of the device’s haptic feedback.
Sood has also shown off Apple’s new activity app, which will pair with the Apple Watch and let you track your latest runs, walks and bike rides in one place. There’s a calendar to show your activities, a table showing the amount of time you’ve spent standing and even the chance to unlock achievements.
The Apple Watch goes up for pre–order from April 10th, before hitting shelves on April 24th. The device starts from £299, rising to £8,000 for a gold edition.
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