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All the Apple Watch apps you'll want to have!

All the Apple Watch apps to download now!

One of the first things you'll want to do with your new Apple Watch is load up all your favorite apps. Apple Watch apps technically run from your iPhone but show up on your Apple Watch as actionable notifications, informative glances, or interactive extensions. You download them from the App...
iMore survey shows ultra-high levels of Apple Watch usage

iMore survey shows ultra-high levels of Apple Watch usage

93% use the Apple Watch five or more days a week, 95% for eight or more hours a day. There's been a lot of debate over how well the Apple Watch is selling. That's to be expected. Apple not only launched a new product category but the category itself is still new. Even with hard numbers, there...
Apple Watch vs Android Wear: Why most smartwatches still suck for women

Apple Watch vs Android Wear: Why most smartwatches still suck for women

Hey, smartwatch manufacturers: Ladies want to wear these things, too. Update: Android Wear is now compatible with iOS, at least in part. I like my 38mm Apple Watch a lot. It fits well into my day-to-day activities, it helps keep me fit, and, oh hey — it fits my wrist. When I first heard about...
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watchOS 2 FAQ: Everything you need to know

watchOS 2 FAQ: Everything you need to know

Here's what you can expect from your Apple Watch this fall. At WWDC 2015, Apple previewed updates for all of its major operating systems—watchOS included. Yes, watchOS 2 is coming this Fall to an Apple Watch near you. Here's everything we know about it, for your reading (and salivating) pleasure...
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Bing Search app for iPhone updated with Apple Watch support and more

Microsoft is giving Apple Watch owners a way to check out what's currently trending on the Internet with a new update to Bing Search for the iPhone. The new version adds support for Apple's smartwatch, specifically allowing users to check out Bing's Popular Now feature. Here's what's new in...
Apple Watch vs Android Wear: Why most smartwatches still suck for women

Apple Watch vs Android Wear: Why most smartwatches still suck for women

Hey, smartwatch manufacturers: Ladies want to wear these things, too. Update: Android Wear is now compatible with iOS, at least in part. I like my 38mm Apple Watch a lot. It fits well into my day-to-day activities, it helps keep me fit, and, oh hey — it fits my wrist. When I first heard about...
iMore survey shows ultra-high levels of Apple Watch usage

iMore survey shows ultra-high levels of Apple Watch usage

93% use the Apple Watch five or more days a week, 95% for eight or more hours a day. There's been a lot of debate over how well the Apple Watch is selling. That's to be expected. Apple not only launched a new product category but the category itself is still new. Even with hard numbers, there...
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iPhone and Apple Watch reportedly being used in ResearchKit study on epilepsy

The sensors on the iPhone and Apple Watch could be used in an upcoming study that might someday help people who experience epileptic seizures. A new report says that Johns Hopkins University and Thread Research will begin conducting a ResearchKit study on epilepsy with Apple's products....
Apple reportedly rolling out in-store mobile Apple Watch demos

Apple reportedly rolling out in-store mobile Apple Watch demos

Apple is reportedly rolling out a new way for customers to try on the Apple Watch in its retail stores. Called Mobile Try-On, the new initiative is said to focus on demonstrating the watch in a more natural fashion than the current method, which keeps customers at a demo table. Apple Store...
Best Apple Watch leather bands

Best Apple Watch leather bands

Anyone in the market for making their Apple Watch just a little more classy will want to check out our picks for the best-looking leather bands available. You'll find a wide variety of styles, colors, and clasps for both 42 mm and 38 mm Apple Watch sizes. Note: While Apple has announced an...
IDC data estimates Apple Watch sales at 3.6 million units in Q2 2015

IDC data estimates Apple Watch sales at 3.6 million units in Q2 2015

A new report from IDC estimates that Apple sold about 3.6 million Apple Watch units in the second quarter of 2015. This would put them behind Fitbit, the market leader, which shipped 4.4 million of its various bands in Q2. In shipping 3.6 million watches, Apple is estimated to have captured 19.9...
Griffin launches two new Apple Watch case lines

Griffin launches two new Apple Watch case lines

Griffin, maker of popular accessories for Apple devices, has announced two new case lines for the Apple Watch. The Survival Tactical case is more about protection, while the Ultra Thin lets you change the style of your watch. The Survival Tactical case for Apple Watch brings three new layers...
Apple Watch owners love checking the weather

Apple Watch owners love checking the weather

According to a new survey, Apple Watch owners really love checking the weather. In Wristly's latest survey, weather app Dark Sky proved the most popular app among the 1,300 respondents. Dark Sky remains the crowd favorite with almost twice as many votes as the second placed App. Overcast...

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