Apple: It won’t release Web scheduler until next week
Weber Summit Grill will be outfitted with a web schedulers.
Apple has confirmed that it will release a web-based scheduler for its Summit Grill app, but won’t make the update available until the following week.
The Summit Grill web app is one of the apps that Apple’s mobile operating system is working on to help users stay in touch with their friends and family.
The app is set to be released this week.
Apple previously announced that it would release a scheduler called “Weber” for iOS, Mac OS X and Windows.
Apple said it is releasing a scheduler to address a number of scheduling needs, but did not detail how it plans to make that scheduler more robust.
The Mac OS Extended Support version of the app will include support for scheduling through a schedule service, Apple said in a blog post last week.
Apple said it has not yet confirmed the availability of that service.
Weber is a scheduling service that provides scheduling information for Apple Watch and the Watch OS, according to Apple.
The schedulable service is not included in the Apple Watch SDK, Apple told Business Insider.
In the meantime, Apple is working to bring more apps and features to the web scheduling platform.
Apple previously announced it will add a new feature to its Calendar app called “Web Scheduler,” which will allow users to create schedules based on what time of day they are most likely to receive updates from their friends.
Apple Watch will be the first Apple Watch to support Web Schedulers for scheduling purposes.
Apple Watch is set for a September release, but it will not be available until at least mid-August.