“One of the biggest things to hit the block this year and debuting in 2015 is the Apple Watch,” Cory Bohon writes for TechRepublic. “The Apple Watch introduction in September 2014 was short; I bet there are features that won’t be unveiled until the watch’s debut in ‘early 2015.'”
“Developers are excited about being able to start shipping their WatchKit-based applications for Apple Watch. These applications are currently limited to Glances, Interactive Notifications, and applications that are not fully native to the watch,” Bohon writes. “Later in 2015, I expect Apple will unlock the ability for developers to write fully native watch apps that do not require an iPhone to work. This will unlock the potential of wrist-top computing in the same way that Apple unleashed the full potential of desktop-class applications on mobile devices with the App Store and iOS.”
Bohon writes, “I predict that Apple Watch apps will be the next gold rush.”
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