Developers from Facebook and BMW work with Apple on Watch applications
Apple usually does not give access to external developers to them plant, but the changes that Tim Cook made there make it possible. Bloomberg reports that Cupertino has created a small top-secret lab, which employs some of the best developers and designers of Facebook, BMW and other large companies, from which we expect applications for the Watch tonight. It is interesting that professionals are not allowed to discuss their work outside the building, and to export the code of them applications. This special building don’t have Internet connection, and all storage and hardware is owned by Apple and can not leave the plant.
We still do not know how many applications of Watch we will see tonight, but some rumors claim that sales will begin with tens of thousands of titles ready. The number at the start of the iPhone App Store in 2008 was significantly lower, but the comparison is particularly unlikely correctly.