Adding Swift watch app target to Objective-C iOS project

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  1. patent10021, Jul 13, 2018
    Last edited: Jul 13, 2018

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    #1
    Obviously File -> New -> Target -> Watch App. However I read somewhere that you should not name the watch app the same as the iOS app.

    #1. Should it be like this or it doesn't matter? How is this handled during submission etc?

    iOS
    MyAmazingApp

    watchOS
    MyAmazingWatchApp


    #2. Watch app target is in Swift. iOS is Objective-C. Normally when you add a Swift file to an Objective-C project you get prompted to add a bridging header file. But I am not doing this. I am adding a Swift watch app target. Will I get prompted? Or do I have to do this manually after adding the Swift watch app target?

    Thanks
     

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