The Apple Watch just got some cool software-based upgrades. Some fixed a few complaints people had while others just added new functionality. Here’s what your (or your future) Apple Watch will be able to do with the next Watch OS update.
Apple Watch, taking a page out of Pebble’s book, will now let you use the digital crown to scroll through events, both past and present, as opposed to just current events (as before). This means that you can not only see the meeting your attending now on your schedule but the meeting after the next meeting, if you want. Or the weather tonight, rather than just at the moment. This will also work with third party app integrations.
New Watch Faces: Photos, Albums and Time-lapse
There are a few new watch faces available for the Apple Watch now. You’ll be able to use any photo as a watch face background (or any photo album; photos within the album will rotate). Additionally, there’s a new 24/hr time-lapse watch face (actually, several from various locations). So, if you’re lucky enough to be in one of the major cities with it’s own time-lapse, you can see an approximation that matches the time of day. So if you’re in London you can see big ben in all it’s glory at noon or see it with it’s ...