Apple is secretly working on a new feature for its Apple Watch house owners (and maybe secretly hoping individuals will purchase a number of Apple Watches for themselves).
Curious? The useful feature is dubbed Auto Switch and will probably be particularly useful for Apple Watch house owners who've lots of them. The new feature will let customers pair their wearables seamlessly with one iPhone.
The Auto Switch feature was noticed within the developer beta for the approaching iOS replace and the primary beta for watchOS 2.2.
Stories declare that this feature will enable customers to see all of the Apple Watches that hook up with their iPhone as an inventory. The Apple Watch that's paired to the device actively may have a inexperienced tick mark to its left.
How Auto Switch Works
For Auto Switch to be enabled within the Apple Watch app, the related smartwatch ought to run on first beta of watchOS 2.2.
As soon as the feature is enabled, Auto Switch mechanically connects to any Apple Watch one has paired. This occurs when a consumer places it on and raises the wrist the watch is on.
The auto a part of the feature solely involves play when one will swap one watch out instead of one other. The iPhone will then routinely choose the Apple Watch one is utilizing once they put on it and wake it.
Presently, the Auto Switch feature solely works on units that run the primary beta variations of iOS 9.3 and watchOS 2.2.
The inexperienced tick mark apart, Apple may even be together with the customers' Apple Watch's image, together with their watch's colour and elegance, in addition to the problems and watch face the consumer has enabled. The notion behind this inclusion is that a consumer will have the ability to work out simply which one is her or his watch and which isn't from all of the related units.
The Auto Switch feature will even help builders in testing apps for compatibility with each the 42mm and 38mm variants of the Apple Watch.
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Source : Techtimes