We've heard some things about WatchOS 3, such as the new Wheelchair Mode that contextualizes workouts for the wheelchair-bound among us. I must say that this is a brilliant idea to get even the physically challenged involved in enhancing their quality of life as best they can. Outside of this, though, we no very little about WatchOS 3. And yet, the developers are the lucky ones: they get access to the WatchOS improvements before the rest of us. Before you consider them entirely lucky, remember that they have to check their apps and programs for bugs, connection problems, and the like before releasing updates for the mass public. I only envy them with new update releases.
The fortunate developers for Apple are the recipients of yet another glorious update for the beta mode WatchOS 3. This version is beta 6, and it brings improvements in connectivity and Xcode app attachment. WatchOS 3 has already seen the ushering in of Activity Sharing, new Clock face layouts, Auto Unlock, Emergency SOS, and the return of the lock workout function without Force Touch.
WatchOS 3 will arrive with the second-generation Apple Watch (known as Apple Watch 2) and the first-generation Apple Watch refresh (we presume this is the case, though it's ultimately up to Apple), and among the improvements WatchOS 3 brings should be battery life -- after all, the majority of interested wearables buyers can't get enough battery life in their next wearables. We know for a fact that more medical data integration will become a part of WatchOS 3, though Apple has said it would rather put another "watch-like" device through the FDA instead of the Apple Watch -- something that we can only presume will be a smart fitness band or activity tracker of some sort.