While the watchOS 3.2 software is only available to developers right now, it should reach consumers soon.
WatchOS 3.2 is still in developer preview mode as of now, but it has some exciting new additions, chiefly Siri's ability to "talk" to third-party applications. Users will still receive notifications (including haptic feedback) while in Theater Mode, and they can view notifications by tapping the screen or pressing the Digital Crown/Side button.
Apple has now launched the first developer beta for watchOS 3.2, just a week after the release notes were published, allowing developers to take a first look at the upcoming software update for the Apple Watch. On the Apple Watch, the enhancements appear to be an effort to make the device less disruptive in a theater, not more (typically when you raise your wrist, your Apple Watch screen lights up, which is noticeable in a dark theater). Essentially, it dims and silences your Apple Watch or iPhone when you turn it on. With the display lighting up whenever the wearer moves while sleeping, the Apple Watch might disturb and wake up the sleeping wearer. Previous reports states that the Theater Mode was rumored to be one of the features the iOS 10.3.
The new Theater Mode can be turned on by swiping up on the Apple Watch screen to open Control Center.
Meanwhile, the update also comes with features like the Theater Mode.
SiriKit first became available on the iPhone and iPad with iOS 10 in September.
With SiriKit on the Apple Watch, you'll be able to do things like book a ride from your watch, send text messages, and send or cancel payments. Other third-party apps that will utilize the Siri feature on the smartwatch include calling apps, apps for searching photos and workout apps, according to Apple Insider.