Apple wearable will reportedly run apps from Facebook and other third-party developers
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We’re little more than two days away from Apple’s highly-anticipated press event, and the rumors keep on coming in. According to the latest report, the so-called “iWatch” won’t be limited to a suite of Apple-designed apps. A very select group of third-party developers, including Facebook, have been given early access to the software development kit (SDK) for the device, reports 9to5Mac‘s Mark Gurman. Those tools will presumably allow companies to throw together versions of their apps in time for Tuesday’s press conference.
More importantly, the rumor suggests that Apple will open up its wearable device to third-party developers, and may even bring a version of its App Store to the device. If the rumors are accurate, it’s not a terribly…