Apple Watch users will soon have access to the popular Apple Watch App, as the company is updating the iOS app to support the Apple Watch Series 3.
The announcement comes as Apple has announced its latest iPhone model, the iPhone 6 Plus.
The company is also introducing a new smartwatch, the Applewatch Series 3, which is powered by a new Apple A9 processor and a Snapdragon 808 processor.
Apple Watch Series 2 owners who pre-order the iPhone or iPad are already receiving the update, which includes an app that will let them download the new Apple Watch apps for free.
The update is also rolling out to other iOS devices.
The new Apple watch app is also available for Android, which will support the watch’s latest features including the “Heart Rate Sensor,” which will automatically sync your heart rate to your Apple Watch and the Apple Music service.
The new Apple app also allows users to use their Apple Watch’s watch face to view music videos, which makes the app even more useful for those who use a wrist-worn device.
As for how you’ll be able to use the app, the update will automatically be installed when you update your iOS device to the latest version of iOS.
The Apple Watch, which launched last October, is a highly anticipated product.
Its new features are expected to bring a huge leap in functionality and reliability to the watch, which has been criticized by some users for not providing enough power to do its job.