“Apple opened the App Store for its Apple Watch Thursday, just ahead of the first shipments reaching customers who pre-ordered the new device,” Daisuke Wakabayashi reports for The Wall Street Journal.
“The store is third branch of the App Store, alongside areas hosting apps for the iPhone and the iPad,” Wakabayashi reports. “Apple says more than 3,000 Watch apps will be available when the store opens later Thursday.”
“Apple has told developers that interactions on the Watch should last 10 seconds or less,” Wakabayashi reports. “It designed a feature called handoff to let users move easily between the Watch and the iPhone, so an activity can start on one device and finish on the other.”
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