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Apple Watch and watchOS 2 FAQ: Everything you need to know

Apple Watch and 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 currently, for your reading (and salivating...
iOS 9 FAQ: What you need to know!

iOS 9 FAQ: What you need to know!

If you have iOS 9 questions, we have your answers! iOS 9 was unveiled at WWDC 2015 and is currently in developer preview. It won't ship until this fall, but we're already fielding tons of questions about it. So, we're collecting all those questions and, better still, providing answers right here...
OS X El Capitan FAQ: What you need to know!

OS X El Capitan FAQ: What you need to know!

If you have OS X El Capitan questions, we have your answers! OS X El Capitan won't ship until later this fall, but it's been shown off on the WWDC 2015 stage, it's in developer preview, and we've posted an OS X El Capitan first look, so it's already gotten a lot of attention. That means we've...
HomeKit FAQ: Everything you need to know

HomeKit FAQ: Everything you need to know

HomeKit accessories are arriving! Here's what you need to know. HomeKit is Apple's framework for home automation: It's what manufacturers use to integrate their products — lights, speakers, thermostats, plugs, sensors, locks, and more — with Apple's iPhone and iPad. Thanks to HomeKit, these...
Apple Watch FAQ: All your questions answered!

Apple Watch FAQ: All your questions answered!

You've got Apple Watch questions — we've got Apple Watch answers! Whether it's what the Apple Watch can do, how you'll be able to wear it, where you'll be able to buy it, how it works when you're not around your phone, or anything else you can imagine, iMore is here to answer anything you might...
WatchKit FAQ: What you need to know!

WatchKit FAQ: What you need to know!

Time to break out the big ideas for watch-based computing: WatchKit, Apple's software development kit for creating apps for the Apple Watch, has arrived. You'll need an iOS developer account to start developing with WatchKit and dive into the nitty-gritty technical details, but if you're merely...