wOS3 will run just fine, but you may not want to run wOS5 on AW1 even if Apple lets you. The oldest iDevices usually take a hit on the newest OS designed for iDevices a few generations apart.
AW os 1 and 2 are already laggy. Imagine os 5 lol.I am not 100% convinced that this is going to be true. The AW is wearable tech, very different from a phone or computer. It's a completely new class of technology so what type of update cycle we will see is a complete unknown.
I am not 100% convinced that this is going to be true. The AW is wearable tech, very different from a phone or computer. It's a completely new class of technology so what type of update cycle we will see is a complete unknown.
Only problem is that this device is no iDevice. This is an "a" device.
We will have to wait and see. My Apple TV on the other hand runs nicely with its latest updates, so there is a positive example as well.Agreed, but that's beside the point. All I'm saying is given Apple's reputation of their oldest iDevices running the newest OS less than optimally, don't be surprised if the same happens with the AW. After all, everyone at Apple moves to the latest products as they're released.
I know a bunch of people working for Apple and your statement that they all move to the latest hardware immediately is far from reality.
Can't say it's the same at Apple, but I was at an app dev shop recently and saw one of their programmers carrying a white MacBook.I wasn't talking about those who work in lowly positions or Apple Store employees. Apple executives and higher ups involved in decision making do move to the latest products immediately.