“Code found on watchOS 4.3.1 suggests this could change in the future,” Rambo reports. “A component of the NanoTimeKit framework, responsible for the watch faces, implements a developer tools server that’s probably designed to communicate with Xcode running on a Mac.”
“It’s clear from the wording of the message that this feature is not implemented at the moment, but it’s definitely something Apple has planned,” Rambo reports. “This new capability could come as soon as watchOS 5…”
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MacDailyNews Take: Please let this come to fruition. Anything that (re)sparks developer interest in watchOS development is a Good Thing™.