The New York Times said today that it will publish "one-sentence stories" to Apple Watch. In a statement, the paper called them a "new form of storytelling to help readers catch up in seconds."
New form of storytelling -- or a headline?
A little bit of both, actually. According to the Times:
One-sentence stories are accompanied by The Times's award-winning photography and short, bulleted summaries. Readers can use Handoff to continue reading any story on iPhone or iPad, or tap "Save for Later" to build a personal reading list.... The Times's breaking news alerts, which reach nearly 15 million devices, will also extend to Apple Watch.
Here's what the "one-sentence stories" will look like on Apple Watch: