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# 180806 22-Sep-2015 15:12
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Finally released today, took quite a while to download and install. Still trying to find my way around it. The time-lapse faces are cool it would be great to see one for Wellington. Nightstand also looks good




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  # 1392761 23-Sep-2015 15:05
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I kind of like the release notes. "Support for third party apps to create complications". What are they implying?!?

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Well, OS/2 was always pretty complicated back in the 90s... ;)

 
 
 
 


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  # 1392844 23-Sep-2015 15:45
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Got what I believe is the first native app for WatchOS: Dark Sky. Pretty cool and seems to do a good job for NZ weather. It also allows complications on the watch faces, so now how the weather forcast directly on my watch.

The new watch faces didn't really impress me, they are cool-ish, but won't be using them. I would love some more clean traditional analog watch faces.

Biggest change I have noticed have been that the force touch now seems to registrer quicker and better. Which is nice.




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