Apple’s Electronico software for iOS, which was initially developed for the Mac, will be available as an Apple App Store download in the next week or two.
Apple said it would release the software for free, which it said is an example of how it’s working to keep innovation flowing in the industry.
Apple’s Electronsink software was released earlier this year for the iPad.
The software is a component of the Apple Watch, which also includes an electronometer.
Electronsink was first announced in 2015, and was designed to allow for “more efficient imaging and imaging applications.”
It was later developed for Apple Watch and will be supported by the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
The software was also developed by the University of Rochester, and it uses Apple’s Fusion 360 processor to produce high-resolution images.
Electronico was designed with the goal of making it easier for hobbyists to create electron microscopes and image applications for people who are not professionals.
The Apple Watch app has been a long-time target for hackers, who have been able to make it look like the watch has been taken apart and replaced with a digital model.
Apple recently removed the app from the watchOS app store, saying it was “not an appropriate use of Apple Watch functionality.”