The new Apple Watch, which debuted on March 25, is one of the biggest products to hit the market since Apple introduced the original iPhone in 2007.
Its biggest feature is the ability to interact with Apple products, like your iPhone, in virtual reality.
But Apple has been criticized for its training capabilities for a number of reasons, including the fact that the company has not fully implemented the technology into Apple Watch.
A recent review of Apple’s Apple Watch VR app by Recode noted that it doesn’t allow for the creation of interactive scenes for users to interact in VR, and that the Apple Watch is still a bit of a work in progress.
That review has sparked a backlash from VR training companies, with many calling for Apple to include training functionality within the Watch.
Apple has since released a number updates to its Apple Watch app to address these issues, and the company announced that it will be launching an iOS training app for the Apple Watches.
Apple’s new Apple Training app will allow users to use their Watch as a VR-enabled device, and it will let them practice their VR skills.
“We wanted to create an app that allows you to practice and improve your VR skills,” Apple VP of training Chris Schindler told Recode.
“With the new AppleWatch, you’ll get to experience the Apple VR experience for yourself and get an overview of what’s available.”
Users will be able to create their own courses in the app, as well as watch videos and share them with others, all with the help of Siri.
Training will also be integrated into the Watch itself, which will include a virtual-reality training mode that uses an on-screen map to guide users around virtual environments.
It also will allow you to use your Watch to interact and interact with your Apple Watch in VR.
Users can view and interact in both scenarios, though the latter is more of a VR experience and is more geared toward Apple Watch users.
Apple is also planning to add support for the Gear VR headset, which is expected to be released later this year.
Apple says it will provide “a more immersive experience” for users with the Gear headset, but it’s unclear how much support it will have for Apple Watch owners.
Apple Watch developers can also expect to see a number improvements to the Watch’s UI and software in the coming months.
Apple said that it would be releasing a new UI that will include improved animations and more intuitive design, and will also include a new iOS 9-based OS.
The new UI will also offer a new design for the watch’s screen.
Apple also said it will start rolling out iOS 9 updates to developers in the near future.