Home improvement app for Apple Watch and iPad that can be used to install and configure wall sensors

iOS 10 will bring home improvement applications to Apple Watch, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday.

The Wall Street Newswire reported that Apple Watch app Home Improvement will let users install and set up sensors to measure humidity, air pressure, temperature, and other home environment.

Apple Watch is the first smartwatch to offer such capabilities.

Home Improvement app for iOS 10 that allows users to install sensors and set them up.

The Wall Street News article is based on an internal report from a source with knowledge of the situation.

The article does not say how many sensors Apple Watch users will have access to.

Apple already has access to sensors that measure humidity and temperature.

Home Improvement is the latest app to come to Apple’s smartwatch lineup.

In April, the company released the HomeKit app that allows Apple Watch owners to control devices remotely, including controlling the temperature, battery, and audio of a device.

Apple Watch will also come with an iOS app, which could bring a number of new features.