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Hacker gets access to Apple Watch apps that run on iPhone; check out screenshots

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<p>As always very perceptive, the hacker <strong>Hamza Sood</strong> discovered in the bowels of iOS 8.2 how to access the app from <strong>Apple Watch</strong>  which are only released when the watch is paired with the iPhone.</p><div class=

See some screenshots:

The settings area is very reminiscent of the native iOS Settings app, only with a dark theme. Everything from Watch can be managed there, including your apps and software updates.

In these other images, Sood highlights that users will be able to synchronize their playlists of music with Watch, remembering the 2GB limit that we have already commented here on the site.

Sood also managed to unlock the app Activity (Activity), which is hidden:

Anxious?