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The next Apple Watch might gain more independence and include a FaceTime camera

The next Apple Watch might gain more independence and include a FaceTime camera

Apple is reportedly planning several major enhancements for the second-generation Apple Watch. Not even two months after its release, rumblings are already surfacing about the supposed second generation of the Apple Watch. The device is said to currently include a FaceTime camera for video calls,...
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20 percent of Apple Watch customers reportedly buying additional bands

How many Apple Watch customers are also buying extra bands? A new report shows it could be as high as one in five. According to from research firm Slice Intelligence, almost 20 percent of consumers who purchased an Apple Watch also picked up a spare band. Sport, leather loops, Milanese loops,...
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Québec airport starts using the Apple Watch to manage ground operations

Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport has announced that duty managers will be equipped with an Apple Watch for managing ground operations. The smartwatch will sync with the airport's backend management system through an app built by SITA Lab. From Marc-André Bédard, Vice President,...
The profound impact of Apple Watch

The profound impact of Apple Watch

It took me almost two weeks to review the Apple Watch. It took Jim Dalrymple almost two months. The Apple Watch started to ship back in April. That ended almost five months of anticipation. For one long-time Apple reviewer, however, it also started a transformation. Jim Dalrymple, writing for...
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Sonos dreams of adding Apple Music to the list of supported streaming services

Sonos dreams of adding Apple Music to the list of supported music streaming services for company products. John MacFarlane, Sonos CEO, has publicly revealed Sonos wishes to strike a deal with Apple. Talking with The Guardian, MacFarlane states that while Apple isn't likely to add support for...
My favorite Apple Watch accessibility features

My favorite Apple Watch accessibility features

There are Accessibility features aplenty in Watch OS, but four in particular have become my favorites. As part of my ongoing efforts to better use and understand Apple Watch, I've recently taken to looking at a few of Watch OS's Accessibility features in more detail. While my vision is good...
How to set up and use your Apple Watch: The ultimate guide

How to set up and use your Apple Watch: The ultimate guide

Apple Watch will help you stay informed, stay in shape, stay in touch, and more. Once you set it up. The Apple Watch is the most personal computer the company ever made. You wear it on your wrist and it pairs with the iPhone in your pocket or bag. From there it gives you notifications and widget...
Apple Watch buyers guide

Apple Watch buyers guide

If you're looking to get an Apple Watch but you're not sure which one to get, here's everything you need to know! The Apple Watch is a brand-new product, but it has long established roots both in time-keeping and technology. That makes choosing which one you're going to get — 38mm or 42mm;...
Apple Watch now available at Apple Stores in Australia, U.S. tomorrow

Apple Watch now available at Australian Apple Stores, headed to U.S. stores tomorrow

The Apple Watch is finally headed to Apple retail stores, starting with Australia. If you've been waiting patiently to get your hands on an Apple Watch at a physical Apple retail store, it looks like you shouldn't be waiting too much longer. The wearable is now showing as available for purchase at...
Gruber and Schiller: Our full transcript of The Talk Show at WWDC

Gruber and Schiller: Our full transcript of The Talk Show at WWDC

Read the Gruber/Schiller Talk Show interview in full from last Tuesday. Daring Fireball founder John Gruber sat down with Apple senior vice president of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller at WWDC for a live version of Gruber's podcast The Talk Show. Here, to the best of our ability, is a full...
Moving people to the wrist: The historic challenge of the watch

Moving people to the wrist: The historic challenge of the watch

Hans Wilsdorf, the man who would come to found the brand we know today as Rolex, had a formidable task before him when he endeavored to convince the world to mount a watch on their wrists. Up until the First World War, the wristwatch was seen largely as a trinket—a wristlet—worn occasionally by...
Live journal: WWDC week with the iMore team!

Live journal: WWDC week with the iMore team!

We're in San Francisco all week for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. Follow along with us! There's a lot to see, do, and talk about beyond the doors of Moscone. After Apple's keynote, Rene, Peter, and myself are off into the wide world of WWDC 2015 week, speaking at Layers and...
Here are our favorite #shotonapplewatch Instagram photos!

Here are our favorite #shotonapplewatch Instagram photos!

You showed us your best #shotonapplewatch photos, and here's our winner! The Apple Watch's Camera Remote feature is great for shooting photos you might not otherwise be able to take. A few weeks ago, we challenged you to take great #shotonapplewatch photos, and here's our pick! "Two...
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Everything Apple announced at WWDC in pictures

Here's everything Apple announced at WWDC 2015 in pictures. At WWDC 2015, we heard all about the new stuff coming from Apple, including iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, watchOS 2, and Apple Music. Most of the announcements came in the form of long text articles, so if you're eager to get a little...
Developers can get watchOS 2 beta now

Apple watchOS 2 Developer Beta available today, public launch this fall

Developers will be able to get a head start on developing apps for watchOS 2, as the Developer Beta will be available starting today, with a public release is due this fall. The newly announced watchOS 2 will be available starting today for developers as a beta, with a public release coming...
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Apple Watch app creators will be able to put in more native features

Future Apple Watch apps will be able to run features natively, without the need for a linked iPhone device. During Apple's WWDC 2015 keynote event today, the company showed how developers will be able create apps for the Apple Watch with more native features, thanks to watchOS2. Apple says...
Time Travel comes to watchOS

Time Travel comes to watchOS, shows what you have coming up quickly

Time Travel lets users see what is coming up in their day, by using the digital crown to scroll into the future. On stage at WWDC 2015, Apple announced watchOS 2, which includes a great new feature called Time Travel. With this new feature, users will be able to use the digital crown on...
Apple announces watchOS 2: native apps, more friends, smarter Siri

Apple announces watchOS 2: native apps, more friends, smarter Siri

Apple has announced a new way for developers to create full native apps for the Apple Watch. Apple has announced that developers will soon be able to build native apps for the Apple Watch. Developers will be able to do things like make their own complications for watch faces. These are...
How to check maps and directions on your Apple Watch

How to check maps and directions on your Apple Watch

Apple Watch can help you find out where to go and how to get there. With Maps on the Apple Watch you have full access to location information including businesses, points of interest, and driving and walking directions. So whether you're trying to find a pizza, find out about the Eiffel Tower,...
8 Apple Watch fixes I want in the next software update

8 Apple Watch fixes I want in the next software update

The Apple Watch has correctly been lauded by critics as the best wearable on the market to date. That said, it's a first generation product — and it shows. The central problem with the Apple Watch is its software. When I hand someone an iPhone, its user interface is intuitive. Yet to me, the...

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