Three-year-old Benji is one of many children in Australia who rely on their father’s clock for a daily routine.
But Benji and his parents are now facing a new challenge with a new app being developed by a former Apple engineer to help them repair their dad’s watch.
The new app, called “The Clock Fixer” and designed to be run from an iPhone or iPad, will be available to purchase from the app store and Apple’s website.
“The ClockFixer app will be used by Benji’s Dad to fix his Dad’s clock,” the app description reads.
You can see how to use the app on the website.
The app works like this: Benji gets his dad’s iPhone and then goes to the Apple Store and purchases the app.
He then connects his dad to the device via Bluetooth and uses the app to fix the clock.
Benji’s dad has an iPhone 5S and has used the app before.
“We’ll be sending Benji the updated app on an email so he can update his Dad on the progress of the app,” Benji said.
In addition to repairing the watch, Benji has the ability to remotely control the device to adjust settings, or set the clock to automatically turn off at a certain time.
Apple has not yet revealed how much the app will cost.
Read moreApple has been a pioneer in the field of wearable technology.
With a new watch set to launch later this year, Apple is expected to unveil a new version of its Watch app.
Watch owners can expect a number of new features including a new “Watch mode” for the iPhone and iPad, which lets users change the look and feel of the watch.