Apple has long been known for releasing a new operating system every couple of years, but the iPhone maker may soon be launching a new watch app, too.
The latest iOS update for the iPhone 5s, which Apple released on Friday, allows users to use an iOS watch app to watch a new version of the OS that’s already been built into the phone.
The new version, called “iPhone OS 10.3,” comes with support for the Apple Watch, meaning it’ll also be compatible with older models of the iPhone.
“We will release a watch app with support in the next few days,” Apple CEO Tim Cook told reporters during a press event earlier this month.
“It’s still early in the game, but we’re getting closer and closer.”
WatchOS 2 was previously rumored to be coming to the iPhone and iPad as well, but it’s unlikely to be the first watch app for the device.
Instead, it could be a first step in the company’s effort to get users on board with new features.
The iPhone 5c is already the world’s thinnest iPhone, with a weight of just 0.2 ounces.
Apple also announced earlier this year that it was building an app called “iWatch App” that would allow users to check their watch’s health and battery status.