A few weeks ago, we reported here on the site that Jeff Williams Apple's senior vice president of operations would be interviewed at this year's Code Conference. The conversation with journalist Walt Mossberg is happening right now.
Early in the interview, Mossberg asked Williams, of course, about the Apple Watch. And the executive has already revealed something very cool: Apple release a preview of the full WWDC developer SDK in two weeks.
This means that, in a few months, we will see much cooler apps being launched for the apps (including games) watch that will run natively on it, with less dependence on the iPhone. The SDK also gives developers access to Apple Watch sensors, its Digital Crown and more.
According to Williams, the App Store now has more than 4,000 apps released with Watch support. The executive did not reveal sales figures for the watch, but evidently stated that "there were many" (well above the offer). For Williams, the positive response to the product exceeded his expectations.
Updated by Eduardo Marques · 06/18/2015 s 15:32
Here is the full video of the interview: