Apple pulled a mini surprise today by launching the Apple Watch. Yes, we very much thought that Cupertino’s first wearable would land at the iPhone 6 launch event, but we suspected it to be called the iWatch. Instead it gets another name, but how does it hold up against the rest of the competition in the smartwatch market? Read More »
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Jun 21 2014
Apple has held out on the wearable market long enough that when the company does release a smart watch it is going to have to deliver something pretty special. Cupertino has said it will only release its iWatch when it can shake up the wearable trend, and now the company will really have to if it is to stand out from the crowd. We may know how Apple plans to do that. Read More »
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Jun 03 2014
Apple's software-centric WWDC event today had those who wanted the glitz and glam of product launches fairly bored. After-all, if you are after your next flagship smartphone or tablet, what is some software going to do to fill the tech void? For the rest of us, we knew what WWDC is about, a conference where software is the key. Read More »
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May 29 2014
2014 is a big year for Apple as the company in many ways has to reignite its relationship with the consumer space and once again place itself as the innovative force in tech. Of course, the iPhone is still the best selling smartphone and the iPad the best-selling tablet, but there has been a feeling that Apple has not done enough in recent years to truly change the industry. Read More »
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May 02 2014
It has widely been reported that Apple might use WWDC as the place to debut its iOS wearable device unofficially called the iWatch. Anyone hoping those rumors might be proven accurate at next month's developer's conference will sadly be disappointed to learn that the likelihood of that happen has fallen.
Mark Gurman and John Paczkowski have both reported that Apple will not debut any new products at WWDC. Gurman of 9to5Mac and Paczkowski of Recode (formerly the Wall Street Journal/All Things D) have two of the best track records when it comes to Apple event rumors and both of them say Apple will not launch an iWatch. Instead, WWDC will focus on software. We will see what's new iOS 8, including the new Health book app that tracks fitness and health stats, and lots of new additions to OS X. However, there won't be much hardware news.
There's a small chance that both writers are wrong, but the odds of that happening are small. WWDC will be the launch of Healthbook, so one would think that Apple would use it as an opportunity to discuss its health-oriented wearable; however, that doesn't seem to be the case. On the bright side, you can look forward to a lot of new things in the software that powers your phone, tablets, and your computer. Your watch will be updated some other time.
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Feb 15 2014
Apple iWatch has been a rumor for many months, ranging from a concept that put the iPod nano on wrist strap to one that features an iPhone connected Bluetooth watch. As we drift on into 2014 we will here more of these rumors escalate. We are sharing the most recent photos as they have been seen around the web. The iWatch has been rumored to include a new health app that's said to be part of iOS 8. Read More »
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