Tuesday, 12 September 2017 Apple just announced a third version of the Apple Watch, the smartwatch it first launched in 2015. Since then, the Apple Watch has evolved into a product that’s really only great at a few things — notifications, fitness, and authentication like payments — but has still largely been an accessory to the iPhone (and iPhone only, since it doesn’t sync with Android phones or desktop computers).
But that could all change, now that Apple’s newest Watch has LTE built in. This means that wearers can truly be without their iPhones and still run all the supported apps on the device. The updated heart rate sensor will provide new information such as resting, recovery, and elevated heart rates — the last of which will only show up if you don’t...
According to Digital Trends, details of the Apple Watch 3 are likely to surface at Apple's highly anticipated iPhone8 launch event on September 12, at their newly renovated California campus. Reports say that the Apple Watch 3 may be totally different than it's predecessors, with a new touch panels...
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Apple has retaken the lead in the global wearable band market thanks to strong Apple Watch shipments in the third quarter of this year, according to new research... MacRumours.com - Computer IndustryAlso reported by •Softpedia •Mashable •The Verge
Nike and Apple are collaborating again for a new wearable which is set to match the sport brand’s upcoming Air VaporMax running shoes. Called Midnight Fog, the... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •The Verge
The Apple Watch can accurately detect hypertension and sleep apnea in users, a new study found. According to the study, the smartwatch's heart-rate sensor and... RTTNews - BusinessAlso reported by •The Verge
Apple Watch fans would absolutely swear by the benefits of the wearable when it comes to health and fitness. But, little did a Californian kiteboarder know that... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •The Verge