Apple Watch beta may hint at third-party faces later in 2018

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Apple Watch beta may hint at third-party faces later in 2018

Stray lines of code in new Apple operating systems sometimes provide hints as to what the company is working on, and the latest watchOS 4.3.1 beta may have leaked something exciting: support for third-party Apple Watch faces. As discovered by 9to5Mac, the NanoTimeKit developer framework contains a message reading, “This is where the 3rd party face

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