Tesla Shows Displeasure When Developing Your Application for Apple Watch

In mid November, Apple launched the first development kit for future applications of the Apple Watch, with which developers has been working for and know the characteristics and possibilities You can incorporate the watch of Apple aiming his output during some time in April.

Since its announcement in the last keynote, we have seen how Apple has been hypothesized us interface and some of the functioning of the applications that will integrate your watch, but little we’ve seen of third-party applications, Tesla being one of the first to show a prior actual future application, In addition to some comments about the experience to develop it.

According to Eleks Lab, in this first WatchKit have found that Apple’s promised technical capabilities are far expectations, Since trying to implement everything you need to take control and have information in real time of the Tesla Model S, many features are not yet available. For example, developers do not have access to the gyroscope, accelerometer as well as functions of voice through the microphone and tactile notifications, that GPS only works when it is paired with an iPhone.

Markiyan Matsekh, developer of Eleks Lab, understands that it is a first version of the development kit, and expected to be soon released a new version that These tools enable. Despite this, Tesla already has ready a first advance of its application where we know information of the car, as the level of load, temperature, mileage and controls to open or close doors, as well as activate the headlights, including a map that displays the location of the vehicle.

As the days go see how companies begin to show previous applications designed especially for the Apple Watch, which by the way according to sources close to MacRumors, Apple already has spoken with some major brands so that in two weeks to deliver applications, which they will begin to try and will be the first addition to the App Store paving the way for his arrival in April.