You can soon order Apple products from your wrist
Target does it, and so does Amazon. Now, Apple is bringing online ordering to the wrist. The Apple Store app is set to arrive on Apple Watch “soon,” according to 9to5Mac.
According to sources, an app update will bring Apple Watch support to the universal Apple Store app. Once implemented, users will be allowed to make certain types of Apple Store purchases from their wrists and also receive alerts.
As the Apple Watch does not have a keyboard, more involved orders will require the user to move over to the iPhone app. Apple will ask employees to push Apple Store app installations for the Apple Watch to customers this summer, when the Watch goes on sale in Apple’s own stores. Until then, retail employees will be encouraged to show off the Apple Store app on demo Apple Watches.
I’m not surprised by this news, are you? What’s surprising is that it didn’t occur when Apple Watch first launched earlier this month.
In recent days, a number of Apple Watch apps have been introduced, including Vox Player, Skype, and BBC News.
For more Apple Watch news, see: Any Apple Watch app that just tells the time will be rejected, Gameloft releases Apple Watch companion apps for 4 of its most popular games, and Be sure to download the 10 best Apple Watch apps.