Month: July 2016

On Jul 18th Apple released several operating system updates. WatchOS 2.2.2 was one of those released updates. Four days ago. Since installation I have been unable to debug watch extensions on my real device since Xcode looks for, attempts to …

WatchOS 2.2.2 Debug Symbols A.W.O.L. Read More »

So I thought I had damaged the outer ring of my watch because I saw some bubbles appear around it (very small). Turns out that there was still a protective plastic cover on that part of the watch. It was …

Gerlach Enigma oops Read More »

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This may seem simple for many who have been busy developing Watch extensions for the Apple Watch, but it stumped me for about a minute. Not long, but long enough for me to slap my forehead. I have several WKInterfaceControllers …

WatchConnectivity gotcha. willActivate() Read More »

Recently I have been developing an iOS app that comes with a companion Apple Watch extension. I wanted to play with the communication between iOS and WatchOS using func session(session:WCSession, didReceiveMessage message:[String:AnyObject]) via WatchConnectivity It was working well and I thought …

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It took me an email with G. Gerlach and about 20 minutes of using their supplied spring bar tool to install. It’s a sun blasted stainless steel (316L type) at 22mm. The tool Gerlach supplies with each watch isn’t bad, …

G. Gerlach Enigma with diver’s bracelet Read More »

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A review to follow but spot on delivery by G. Gerlach. Gorgeous.  I took delivery while on vacation so I had to wait as the timepiece waited on my desk at work. I picked it up this evening.  The wooden …

Enigma has landed. Read More »