Archive for the ‘Wearables’ Category

Apple has just launched special edition Apple Watch bands for the 2016 Rio Olympics, showcasing flags of participating countries. Here are the details.

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As we have expected for a while now, Apple has officially pushed out new public versions of tvOS and watchOS, meaning that version 9.2.2 of tvOS and version 2.2.2 of watchOS are available to download and interact with right now.

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Beta 3 seeds of macOS Sierra for Macs, watchOS 3 for Apple Watch, tvOS 10 for Apple TV 4 are now available to download. Here are the details.

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Here are the first renders of Google’s upcoming Nexus-branded Android Wear-powered smartwatches: Angelfish, and Swordfish.

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If you are looking for 3rd-party Woven Nylon bands for Apple Watch that cost half the price of Apple’s official offering, then look no further than these which are available in all seven colors, both for 38mm and 42mm Apple Watch models.

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Here are all the requirements / compatibility for Auto Unlock feature of macOS Sierra and watchOS 3 that you will need to make a note of.

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As expected, Apple has today announced that it has extended support for Apple Pay into yet another country. As initially reported back in June, Apple had used this year’s WWDC opening keynote to briefly touch on the progress and future plans for Apple Pay, announcing that the contactless payment solution would be coming soon to Switzerland, Hong Kong and France. It’s been just over three weeks since that announcement, but we can now confirm that Apple Pay is officially available to use in Switzerland.

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While we know that Google is working on bringing two new Nexus smartphones to market this year, a new report claims that the company is also planning on supplementing those devices with two new smartwatches too. The same report claims that the Nexus brand may even be used for the two timepieces, and that they will both have some sort of integration with Google Assistant.

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Apple has now made available for download macOS Sierra beta 2 for Macs, watchOS 3 beta 2 for Apple Watch, and tvOS 10 beta 2 for Apple TV 4. Here are the details!

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It probably won’t come as surprise to the majority of Apple consumers, but it looks as though the Cupertino-based company is investigating the potential of extending the iOS Night Shift feature to additional platforms.

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Alongside iOS 10, macOS Sierra, and tvOS 10, Apple also introduced third major software installment for Apple Watch called watchOS 3 at the recently concluded WWDC 2016. This new software update includes much needed improvements and some notable features for the wearable such as faster app load times, new watch faces, and more. Here, we have gone hands-on with watchOS 3 to show you guys some of the best features that are coming to Apple Watch with watchOS 3.

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I’ve been using watchOS 3 on my Apple Watch for a week or so now, and alongside iOS 10 on my iPhone 6s, things have been working surprisingly well so far. Here’s my take on the new update and its improvements.

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