Could Third-Party Apple Watch Faces Finally Become a Reality?

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Could Third-Party Apple Watch Faces Finally Become a Reality?

Third-party Apple Watch faces could soon become the norm, according to code recently uncovered in the first watchOS 4.3.1 beta by 9to5Mac.

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