Returns the privacy behavior for the specified complication.
- watchOS 2.0+
The complication tied to the request.
The handler to execute with the privacy behavior. This block has no return value and takes the following parameter:
The privacy behavior to apply to the specified complication. You can specify different privacy behaviors for different complication families.
ClockKit calls this method to determine how to display your complication data when the user’s Apple Watch is locked. If your complication contains any personal information for the user, pass the
CLKComplication value to the handler. For data that’s already available publicly, you may pass the
CLKComplication value to the handler to allow that data to be displayed.
If you don’t implement this method, ClockKit uses the value
CLKComplication as the default.