Apple today released the first beta version of the upcoming WatOS 6.2 developer update, and the update includes in-app purchase support, through the Apple Watch app store. The company is asking developers to start upgrading their in-app watOS applications during the release of watOS 6.2.
The Apple Smart Watch App Store you have officially arrived with watchOS 6 update, and allows owners of ourseApple Watchourse to purchase apps directly from their wrist, without the use of an iPhone.
And to further improve the user experience with the smartwatch, with an update to watchOS 6.2, Apple lets developers create watOS apps that include premium content
Some betas are available for developers
In addition to watOS 6.2, Cupertino's company introduced the first beta of iOS 13.4, which will eventually approve the distribution of iCloud Drive folders, and also release the first version of the tvOS 13.4 and MacOS Catalina 10.15.4 trial.
If you have a previous beta installed and is part of the Apple Developers program, you can now install these new versions as if they were stable versions.