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Here are some of the apps you'll use on the Apple Watch in April

Here are some of the apps you'll use on the Apple Watch in April

April is coming sooner than you think, and developers know this all too well. Hundreds of iOS developers are hard at work prepping all sorts of WatchKit apps for the Apple Watch: Health monitors, RSS feed readers, social communications apps, business programs, and more. Wareable and Wired spoke...
The Apple Watch Edition's upgrade dilemma

The Apple Watch Edition's upgrade dilemma

Apple Watch anticipation has reached a fever pitch, with folks speculating on costs, crown and band pairings, the Watch's health sensors, and when the thing will actually reach our wrists. As such, it's no surprise the Watch has been on my brain, as well — specifically the Edition model. There's...
iMore show 444: What happens in Cupertino

iMore show 444: What happens in Cupertino

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — CarPlay vs. Apple Car, bit rot, Apple Watch and design, Astropad, Records, Calcbot, and more! With Serenity, Peter, and Rene! Support the iMore show: Visit thetiebar.com/...
On Apple Watch pricing and strap swapping

On Apple Watch pricing and strap swapping

There's a lot we don't know about Apple Watch. We don't know how much it will cost, beyond the $349 price tag Apple's hung on the entry-level Sport model. We don't know if any other straps will be made available, including gold links to match the gold Edition. We don't know if we'll be able to...
Apple Watch to ship with all previously announced health features

Apple Watch to ship with all previously announced health features

Mainstream reporting on Apple is often sensational and superficial. Once and a while it's also stupefying. That's the case with this story about the Apple Watch, where it seems details of Apple testing various different health sensors during the normal course of their product development cycle...
Apple reportedly prepping Apple Watch display in high-end Paris shopping center

Apple reportedly prepping Apple Watch display in high-end Paris shopping center

Apple is reportedly setting up a small display for its upcoming Apple Watch at Galeries Lafayette, a high-end Paris shopping center. This is according to a couple of different reports from French outlets that also say Apple's retail VP, Angela Ahrendts, is heading up the project. The reports,...
Apple Watch: Six Colors's excellent FAQ

Apple Watch: Six Colors's excellent FAQ

As we inch ever closer to "Early 2015," Jason Snell of Six Colors has compiled an excellent FAQ on all things Apple Watch: estimated prices, battery life, versions, how it works, and more. It's so good that I'm rather jealous I didn't get to write it first. Six Colors, on their FAQ: This...
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Apple Watch graces the cover of Self Magazine's March issue

The Apple Watch is set to grace the cover of Self Magazine this March, shown off on the wrist of Victoria's Secret model Candice Swanepoel. The Apple Watch fitness app and white sports band are front-and-center, which should come as no surprise given the focus of the magazine. According to Self...
Don't hate me because I want the gold Apple Watch Edition to cost $10,000

Don't hate me because I want the gold Apple Watch Edition to cost $10,000

One of these days I need to learn to keep my thoughts to myself. I'd get into less trouble and would have way more money in the bank. Kevin Michaluk is Chief Media Officer of Mobile Nations and an expert in buying expensive consumer electronics. He's been known to spend over $1000 on Porsche...
Initial Apple Watch manufacturing order rumored to be at least 5 million units

Initial Apple Watch manufacturing order rumored to be at least 5 million units

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple has ordered between 5 and 6 million Apple Watch units. The order is apparently comprised of all three upcoming models: the Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch, and Apple Watch Edition. As reported earlier, the entry-level Sportis said to make up half of...
Apple reportedly tested many more health features for Apple Watch

Apple reportedly tested many more health features for Apple Watch

The Apple Watch was originally planned to be focused much more on health-monitoring, according to a new report, with an array of sensors for tracking blood pressure, heart rate and other vitals. Challenges with deploying the sensors, however, meant that Apple had to focus on notification,...
i worry about apple watch. wearables are still such an unproven market. apple watch isnt a wearable. its a breakable!

Comic: Apple's truly smashing fashion statement

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: A Truly Smashing Fashion Statement.
Spoilers vs. spoiled: On Apple beta screenshots and expectational debt

Spoilers vs. spoiled: On Apple beta screenshots and expectational debt

A few weeks ago, code-divers found the Apple Watch companion app for iPhone lurking within the iOS 8.2 beta. Work-in-progress screenshots were shown off and potential new features revealed. Today, a deeper dive was posted. The two pertinent bits of information there: "work in progress" and "...
On the iPhone's profit distortion field and Apple TV

On the iPhone's profit distortion field and Apple TV

Though I have faith that Apple isn't shunting the iPad due to its less-than-measurable sales against the iPhone, it's not the only other product in the company's wheelhouse. The Apple TV in particular hasn't seen a whole lot of love in recent years, even as company CEO Tim Cook proclaimed it no...
Iterate 81: Brad Ellis on designing for the Apple Watch

Iterate 81: Brad Ellis on designing for the Apple Watch

Iterate brings together the best designers and app producers in the business to talk user interface, human interaction, icon design, and user experience from concept to implementation. On this episode — Brad Ellis joins Marc, Seth, and Rene to talk about WatchKit and designing for the Apple Watch...
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Apple Watch Edition will reportedly be stored in special safes inside Apple Stores

The gold version of the upcoming Apple Watch could be stored in safes installed inside Apple Retail Store. 9to5Mac: The safes will likely be used to carry both to-be-sold inventory as well as to store demo units from the show floor overnight. The custom-designed safes will be outfitted with...
Apple Watch, WatchKit, and false expectations

Apple Watch, WatchKit, and false expectations

There's a blog post making the rounds about how useless Apple Watch is without an iPhone, how pessimistic its future is for developers, and how Apple hasn't delivered on what they "promised" at the event last September. In other words, it represents rage against a fantasy world very unlike the...
441: Going to need a bigger chart

441: Going to need a bigger chart

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode we talk Apple's Q1 2015 results, the iPhone phenomena, Mac growth, Apple Watch ship date, and the evolution of the iPad. With Peter Cohen, Rene Ritchie, and special guests...
Vector 75: HoloLens, VR ads, and YouTube alternatives

Vector 75: HoloLens, VR ads, and YouTube alternatives

Vector is a news and analysis show focusing on the biggest stories, hottest trends, and most important issues in technology and popular culture. On this week's show, Microsoft has HoloLens, Google has Glass, Facebook has Oculus — what does Apple have or need? Also, what would ads in AR/VR be like...
Never mind the Apple Watch: Where's Apple Glass?

Never mind the Apple Watch: Where's Apple Glass?

Wearables. We hear a lot about wearables, and Apple's staged to make a big entrance in 2015 with the release of the Apple Watch. In the interim, other companies are making plays in another segment of the wearables market: glasses. Google may have gone to ground for a bit to rework its Glass...

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