The code hidden in watchOS 4.3.1 has given rise to the hope that Apple will begin to allow third-party faces Apple Watch. It sounds good, but do not rely what's really going .
Do not rely the custom dials of your Apple Watch
Currently, the ly watch The faces available Apple Watch are the es that Apple includes with watchos. These faces are customizable to a degree by choosing the complicatis to display.
The index of supposed third-party faces is buried in the NanoTimeKit framework of the watchOS 4.3.1 code, according to 9to5Mac Specifically, it includes a line indicating:
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This looks a lot like support for faces designed outside of Apple. Unfortunately for Apple Watch owners who are hoping for a return to the time of the nearly unlimited collecti of custom dials from the Pebble smart watch, this is not what the code stands for.
Developer Steve …