The Apple Watch preparations continue. Apple has just updated the App Store to show screenshots of Apple Watch offerings. The changes appear on both iOS devices and on the desktop version of iTunes.
Just a moment ago, Apple also hit the switch to make the dedicated Apple Watch App Store live. That can be accessed directly from the watch companion app, available in iOS 8.2 or later.
Some watch preorders will begin to arrive to customers starting tomorrow. Any Apple Watch order placed today is expected to arrive sometime in June.
If you’re interested, our sister site WatchAware is currently featuring all 2,245 approved Apple Watch apps. Here at AppAdvice, we’ll also be highlighting some of the best apps for the wearable.
Apple has also updated its TestFlight beta testing app with an important improvement. With the update, developers will no longer need to remove the watch app code before sending their app out to beta testers.
For other news today, see: Weather Pod updated with improved design and more features, Updated task manager Glass Planner provides a calendar concept, and Will the long-ignored iPod finally see a refresh this year?