- Nov 27, 2012
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According to a recent report coming from 9to5Mac publication, Apple has started inviting third-party developers to its headquarters in Cupertino to let them test and finalize apps for the Apple Watch.
Apple has been working with several third-party App Store developers at its Cupertino, California offices to assist developers in finishing up applications for the upcoming Apple Watch. Development and design representatives from dozens of different development firms have visited Apple last week, or are coming to Cupertino this week, to work with Apple engineers to finish up WatchKit-based applications. One source claims that Apple is holding workshops for over 100 different developers across February. Apple also met with a smaller number of developers to assist with WatchKit development and discuss future plans in early January…
This could mean that Apple is looking to have some apps finalized for an upcoming marketing initiative or media event. Apple has also been holding workshops to train retail employees about the Apple Watch in Los Angeles, Cupertino, Austin and Atlanta.