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The Apple Watch just got a massive update 'here are the 10 most important new features

Published by Business Insider on Mon, 21 Sep 2015

The Apple Watch got its first major update on Monday with the launch of its new operating system called Watch OS 2.We got our first preview of watchOS 2 earlier this year, but it's a good time to revisit the new features Apple Watch owners will getthis week.The biggest change coming to the Apple Watch is the ability to run apps directly on the device.You currently have to load all third-party apps from a paired iPhone over Bluetooth, which isn't ideal when you don't have your iPhone around. It also creates longer loading times for opening and using apps, which should be alleviated considerably once Apple Watch apps are stored directly on the device.Apps running natively will also allow them to do things like access the Watch's heart rate sensor, which will make it easier to use a workout app like Strava.The Apple Watch will also be able to connect to your saved WiFi networks independently from a paired iPhone, which means your iPhone canbe turned off in the house and your Watch canstill be connected to the internet.You can choose from a bunch of new faces, including a custom photo from your Camera Roll.Apple has moving time lapse faces for cities like New York, London, andHong Kong.You can also pick a photo from your Watch's Camera Roll to be the face, or rotate through an album of your favorite photos automatically.Apps can have custom complications running right on the Apple Watch's face.Custom complications allow developers to put the most important parts of their apps directly on the Watch's face. For instance, your favorite sports app could show a game's score, or a flight tracking app could show your departure time.See the rest of the story at Business Insider NOW WATCH: What happens when a superstar disrupts one of the top 'League of Legends' teams
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