Apple lets companies fine-tune apps before watch debut: Bloomberg
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple Inc has given other companies the go ahead to test their apps on its Apple Watch which is yet to be launched and see whether or not their need to make adjustment to their apps.
Facebook Inc is leading the companies which have camping at Apple’s headquarters, working in partnership with them so as to test as well as fine tune apps which they intend on launching the same day that Apple launches its Watch, Bloomberg reported citing sources who are familiar with the process. Other companies which have been reported by Bloomberg to have spent weeks at Apples headquarters are United Continental Holdings Inc and BMW AG.
Apple’s watch, which will be the company’s major product launch since it revealed its iPad back in 2010, allows users to do a variety of tasks including checking ones email, paying for ones goods at retail stores as well as monitor their personal health information.
The company has stated that it will be showcasing its much anticipated Watch come March 9 at a special event that will take place in San Fransisco and it will be launching the watch officially in April.
Apple has been known to be very secretive with its projects and has in various occasions used extreme measures so as to ensure that its work has been kept secretive. For instance no outside materials can be brought in the room and internet access is blocked inside the rooms, Bloomberg reports.