The First Apple Watch App Might Arrive in February

The much-awaited Apple Watch should launch in April this year, so it’s only logical for the Cupertino giant to release at least one app for the new device before that. Well, according to recent rumours, Apple is working on the first round of apps for the Apple Watch, which should appear by February 12.

Apple Watch Apps

As MacRumors reports, Apple has asked “some high profile app developers and partners” to prepare their software by the middle of this month. The company seems eager to start using and testing apps as soon as possible, and to train its employees how to use it. It’s highly likely that Apple is looking to test out the watch’s battery life, too, and see how it works with non-Apple apps. It appears that the staff at Apple has already started wearing the watches on a daily basis, in order to “ work out final kinks ahead of an April launch.”

Most of the Apple Watch details have been confirmed so far, and we know that it will come with a stylish design, in a number of colours, and with six different watch straps. The cheapest variant of the smartwatch will cost $349.