The app has to be built that way from the start. It comes from the app store as either native or not, there is no moving of non-native apps to native.
Nightstand mode is a bit misleading, as you have to actually touch the watch to see what time it is.
cdog73 wrote: »
How do you delete a profile from the Apple Watch app? I'm on beta 9.1 and I think this might be my problem as to why I can't update my watch. I've been stuck on verifying update for an hour now.
I updated from 9.1 without changing anything. Took about 20 minutes or so I believe. Verify can be slow at times.
I fully agree with David Pogue's User Interface suggestions for watchOS 3.
I hope Apple take note. The ? watch does have a Future. It'd be a shame if it would be jeopardised by a bogus interface.
"now playing" does not work any longer. Can not sync photos, have selected an album in Apple Watch app on Phone to sync, but my watch insists I have not done so, therefore no photo watch face for me, no photos app on watch either.
Never got close to running out of juice during the day on my 38mm Apple Watch. Since I can remember, I have about 50% juice left when I get home in the evening.
First day of running watchOS 2? It's 3:40 p.m. (Pacific) (I take it out of its charger around 8 a.m.) and I'm already down to 10% (went into Power Reserve as I wrote this).
Surely my fault.
I have tried installing 5 times. When I start the process, it says "downloading to watch..." but as soon as the update is downloaded I get an error that says "cannot be validated because not connected to internet." The internet connection is definitely live so I'm thinking this error is some other conflict.
I saw this issue with folks who had the developer version in the summer. I have tried rebooking the phone and watch, disabling the passcode on the watch as well as resetting network settings on the iPhone. Prior to OS 9, I had the OS 9 beta profile, but that is long gone since I have installed the public OS 9 release. Anyone know what could be the problem?