Apple has updated the design of the Apple Watch and revamped the way that it displays notifications, with the introduction of a new complication on the top of the screen.
Read More , Apple Watch Sport and WatchOS 2 are the only apps that will require a third-party watch app to be downloaded for a watch to function.
Users will be able to connect the watch to their phone to read text messages and check email.
The notifications will appear in the Watch app on the Apple TV.
The Watch also supports Siri, meaning users can ask it to perform tasks on their device, including playing music and taking photos.
The company also unveiled new apps that are specifically designed to work with the Apple Watches, like the new Apple Music app and the new Photos app.
The Watch also has a new icon on the bottom of the watch face that will indicate the device is in sleep mode.
Apple says the new icon will also be visible when the Watch is powered off, so users can get the most out of the new smartwatch.
While Apple says its update will help people stay up to date with the latest news, it also lets people know when their Apple Watch is no longer available for purchase.
The update will automatically download and install the watchOS 2 app, which will allow users to take photos of their watch or videos from the Apple HomePod speaker.
Apple says that users will have the option to switch to the Watch OS 2 icon when the watch is turned off, or turn off the Watch by holding down the home button and the Home button will be displayed in the top right corner.
Users can also enable and disable the notifications, but they must have a third party watch app installed.