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New Apple Watch faces and complications in the works, job listing suggests

by Jacob Kleinman | February 10, 2016February 10, 2016 2:00 pm PDT

Apple’s watchOS is still a work in progress, and a new job listing reveals two places the smartwatch software could be getting an upgrade. The Cupertino company is currently looking for a software engineer to develop new watch faces and complications.

The listing, which was spotted by AppleInsider, offers a chance to “join the team that is revolutionizing the watch.” Specifically, the engineer would focus on those two main Apple Watch features, though the position also involves working with the design, iOS apps, iOS frameworks and hardware teams to “push the envelope on human-computer interactions.”

Apple is actually looking to hire a whole bunch software engineers to work on various facets of the Apple Watch, suggesting the company has big plans for watchOS moving forward. Cupertino is expected to unveil new watch bands at a rumored event next month, but we may not see the Apple Watch 2 (and the software upgrade that comes with it) until later this year.

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Jacob Kleinman

Jacob Kleinman has been working as a journalist online and in print since he arrived at Wesleyan University in 2007. After graduating, he took a...

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