Looking for watchOS 6 final release date? Apple today announced that watchOS 6 will be available to the public on Thursday, September 19th. It will be available for Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 4 models initially.
If you have a broken Apple Watch Series 3 and take it in for repair, you might strike lucky and get an Apple Watch Series 4 in return after Apple informed its store staff to substitute some Apple Watch Series 3 repairs with the newer device.
Apple has just bagged one of the 'Displays of the Year' award for 2019. Here is everything you need to know about this.
Apple has today issued a release via its Apple Newsroom website to highlight the fact that Stanford Medicine has shared the results of the Apple Heart Study, something that was made possible thanks to the Apple Watch Series 4.
According to a new report, Fayetteville home health nurse Beth Stamps was visiting a patient when she noticed that her own heart rate was abnormally high thanks to an alert by her Apple Watch.
It's not often that you will get a chance to save on the latest and greatest Apple hardware but today is one of those days. For a limited time only, you can save some amount on Apple's latest Apple Watch Series 4 hardware, meaning that you can pick it up for just $365.
One Apple Watch Series 4 user may already have had their life saved by the wearable's new ECG feature, which was rolled out less than 48 hours ago.
We may now have new information to suggest that ECG will arrive on the Apple Watch Series 4 with the public release of watchOS 5.1.2.
We may all be waiting patiently for our iPad Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini to arrive but Apple has today also updated its line of Hermes Apple Watch bands with two new additions. If Hermes is your style, you can now get your hands on new Double Tour and Single Tour bands, each in a new three-color option comprising Amber/Capucine/Rose Azalée.