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The sporty watch is available starting this weekend and it will likely extend Apple's crushing grip on the niche of this tech industry.
It's September 13 and that means Apple has released iOS 10 out to the public. We suggest you sit it out and wait for the servers to clear out.
There is a whole bin of code in a version of the Pokemon GO app of Android related to a mobile accessory and Android Wear support.
Nintendo joins forces with Apple not only to bring Mario to iPhones, but global phenomenon Pokemon Go to the Apple Watch as well.
Another product to expect other than the iPhone 7? The iPhone 7 Plus. Oh yes, and the Apple Watch 2. Here's what we think we know about all of that.
Time to book your tickets and hop in line at the nearest Apple Store. The next iPhones will likely be introduced to us on September 7, 2016.
Beta number 8 for macOS Sierra, tvOS, watchOS 3 and, yes, iOS 10, is also out. Apple has provided these betas updates once a week in August.
Three weeks in August, three updates. Could we see weekly software updates from Apple for those on the beta track continue up until iPhone launch time?
Apple's major software platforms are almost ready to be updated for primetime, but developers still need a lot of beta testing to go.
Included in the latest update for iOS 10 is a new set of emoji as well as redesigns of existing ones. watchOS, macOS Sierra and tvOS are also in the mix.
A WWDC launch of a vastly upgraded Apple Watch 2 always seemed unlikely, so let's be thankful the wearable is still reportedly due out by the end of 2016.
Watch our quick look at watchOS 3, Apple's new operating system for the Apple Watch in its current developer preview
watchOS is getting a bump up to version 3. It will keep favorite apps in memory, speed up launches, and updates information in the background. More importantly, instead of the multiple seconds it takes to load an app and update its front-end data, it’s all instant.
The Dock is new to watchOS 3. By pressing the side button, you can fly through recent apps, all of them showing a live screenshot with new data for your quick glance.
Control Center makes a migration from iOS. With a swipe from the bottom, you get a quick look at battery and toggles. Quick reply options [...]
Apple is about to talk major software updates at its keynote of WWDC 2016. There are a couple of ways to watch it live and we'll have full coverage.
As always, Apple is fairly hard to read ahead of the WWDC developer event debut. But we can still make a few safe bets about what's most likely coming.