The company has been its developers to get their apps ready
Looks like Apple has its iWatch ready and we will soon be seeing it. Though nothing has been announced on official terms yet, but Apple has given slight hints after it was reported to have given instructions to some high end app developers to have their apps ready for the smartwatch by mid February. Reports from MacRumors are also suggesting that Apple has asked one of its biggest Apple Pay partners to prepare an iOS application with WatchKit support which is going to be ready to launch in the App Store by February 12.
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We still aren’t sure whether Apple has been asking other developers for the same thing or not but it appears quite likely that Apple would be testing some third-party Apple Watch apps with its employees. Carrying this testing ahead of the launch is going to give Apple a better idea of the battery life on the non-Apple apps.
Prior to the launch, a bunch of the company’s employees are using and testing the device on a daily basis in hopes to find out any final kinks before the watch officially comes out in April.
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With Apple’s obvious interest in this high profile partner’s app, we can also deduce that the company might be using it during one of its demonstrations or the official launch event. After all, who wouldn’t want to see how Apple Pay would work on this new platform. From what we can see, Apple Pay is going to be a prominent aspect of the watch and is going to let users authorize their credit card payments right away from their wrists.