The Apple Watch was one of the most anticipated devices of Apple. And there were several interesting smart watches, but most thought that smartwatches could do something else. Cupertino had enough patience to wait for the best time and launch what for many is the best smart watch market, a launch that took place in April 2015. Yes, after being unveiled in September 2014 and show the world its Digital Corona, Force Touch screen (yes, a year earlier than Huawei) and what later became known as watchOS.

Looking back, the Apple Watch first went on sale in April 2015 with the first version of its operating system, but two months later, at WWDC now a year ago, they presented watchOS 2.0 with several interesting new features, such as support for native applications. We are considering how long ago since the first users are using the smart watch apple, now have unveiled the third version, watchOS 3.0, in just 14 months, which will be 18 at the time you see light publicly.

The presentation of watchOS 3.0 has been quite fast, probably because they have something much more important than present today, but they have presented some interesting developments, such as new areas and new animations. But this is nothing compared to the arrival of the Control Center, which already have in iOS since iOS 7.

Moreover, watchOS 3.0 will also have available a multitasker as it had in iOS 8 with the cards upright, as you can see in the screenshot above. In addition, the new version of the operating system for Apple introduces smartwatch handwriting, that is, we can write with your finger as you would with a pen.

One of the strengths of Apple Watch is when we used to play sports. In this sense there will be new features like Activity Sharing that will be for us to share with others what we have achieved. On the other hand, an Apple Watch with watchOS 3.0 will be more useful for persons who are in a wheelchair, for example.

As you can see, watchOS 3 will arrive in Fall with interesting new features, but also promised always important: performance will also improve. In any event, when the event ends we will get to work and begin to write more detailed articles explaining these and other developments.

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