Apple Watch development has never been simpler with watchOS 9: Discover how you can more easily accomplish common tasks in Xcode, including file management and icon design. Explore the latest native controls like sharing features and steppers, check out SwiftUI-driven components like Swift Charts and improved navigation, and learn how to schedule and manage background tasks. And we’ll help you streamline your complications with WidgetKit.
Build a productivity app for Apple Watch
Your wrist has never been more productive. Discover how you can use SwiftUI and system features to build a great productivity app for Apple Watch. We’ll show you how you can design great work experiences for the wrist, and explore how you can get text input, display a basic chart, and share…
Efficiency awaits: Background tasks in SwiftUI
Background Tasks help apps respond to system events and keep time-sensitive data up to date. Learn how you can use the SwiftUI Background Tasks API to handle tasks succinctly. We’ll show you how to use Swift Concurrency to handle network responses, background refresh, and more — all while…
Meet Transferable: a model-layer protocol that allows for effortless support for sharing, drag and drop, copy/paste, and other features in your app.
We’ll explore how you can use the API for common use cases, and take advantage of advanced features to customize the behavior. We’ll also share how…
Go further with Complications in WidgetKit
Discover how you can use WidgetKit to create beautiful complications on watch faces. We’ll introduce you to the watchOS-specific features found in WidgetKit, and help you migrate from existing ClockKit complications.
For more on WidgetKit, watch “Complications and Widgets: Reloaded” from…
Build a Workout App for Apple Watch