Apple May Finally Allow Third-Party Watch Faces On Apple Watch

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Apple May Finally Allow Third-Party Watch Faces On Apple Watch

Maybe soon you’ll be able to choose from watch faces made by third parties on your Apple Watch. The latest watchOS beta has the code for it, though there’s no guarantee Apple will go through with it.

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