Well, what's this hidden in the watchOS 4.3.1 beta? As spotted by 9to5Mac, it's a reference to a "3rd party face config bundle", which sounds very much like Apple is about to open up the device to developers who fancy having a go at making their own watch faces.
Unlike Wear OS (née Android Wear), watchOS has never supported third-party watch faces, ever since the first Apple Watch came out in 2015. One of the benefits of owning a smartwatch is you can change the face whenever you like, but up until now your only choices on the Apple Watch have been those made by Apple.
Admittedly, some of those watch faces are very nice indeed. But letting other develo…
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