Activation Lock Safety Feature For watchOS 2.0 Confirmed; Reports

Apple Watch, the company’s latest wrist wearable gadget ahs been receiving a full applose from the both sides of the people and following the Apple’s big WWDC keynote address in San Fransisco, a few new details have emerged, alongside confirmations have also been made about the Apple’s Watch, especially about the crucial security feature for the smartwatch. Activation Lock, previously available for iPhones and iPads, now confirmed to be coming to Apple Watch with watchOS 2. Feature that lets users secure their Watch’s with their Apple ID, preventing malicious users from grabbing or activating the wearable device if it gest stolen or lost.


Following the Apple Watch launch, many users asked the device’s security due to its inherent requiring of the iPhone to perform better of its tasks. With only a simply four-digit passcode protection was allotted for the warable, which by means discovered in early May that the code could be entirely bypassed with a trick-based settings wipe able to be peformed by anyonewho came into contact with your pesonal Apple Watch.

With Apple’s confirmation of Activation Lock for the Apple Watch, users will be pretty concerned about losing or having the new wearable stolen from them can evidently feel a bit secured at ease with the security of the device. Registered developers on the Apple Developer Program can now be able to gain access to the watchOS 2, with a wide public release coming sometime this fall.

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