Released at the Apple’s special press conference, the new Apple Watch 3 seems to set new standards when it comes to smartwatches. The Apple Watch 3 no longer depends on iPhone for connectivity. Starting with the third gen of Apple’s smartwatches users will have an option to pay additional $10 monthly bill to wireless carrier for access to 4G LTE. Apart from the support for 4G LTE, the device offers a package of health- and fitness-oriented features.
The Apple Watch released last year was a pretty awesome device, by many considered the best product in wearables category. When you have such great device, is there even room for improvements? Sure there is. Apple proved that today with the Apple Watch Series 2 which got official a few hours ago.
Although the end of the summer doesn’t give us many reasons to be happy, most mobile geeks wait for it impatiently. Why? Because in mobile industry September equals new generation of iPhone. This year won’t be no exception as Apple has just started to send out invitation to a press conference during which they’re expected to unveil new iPhones and update their smartwatch line. Scheduled to 7th September the event will traditionally take place in California.
During holiday shopping season, smart tech market is teeming with promotions. However, you have to look very hard to find a deal on an Apple device and even if you do come across one, the price cut is usually not very significant. That’s how things are with Apple. Black Friday brought a pretty generous discount on the Apple Watch but like other deals that day, it was short-lived so many users were unable to buy the wearable. If you missed the opportunity to get the “iWatch” at a lower price, you now have another chance to do so as Best Buy undercut Amazon and Apple stores and offers the device with a $100 discount.
Today Apple has finally unveiled all details regarding the fervently awaited Apple Watch and listed the wearable gadget at its official online store, giving its future users the opportunity to create their very own, exceptional model of the watch and check its potential price. Costing from $349 to the whooping $10,000 for the most luxurious gold version of the watch, the Apple Watch is scheduled to start shipping on April 24th.
Although some devices hit the stores the same day as they are announced, it usually takes some time for manufacturers to secure enough stock so that the initial demand will be satisfied. In most cases after official unveiling at least we know the launch date. Sometimes, however, even this detail remains unknown until the very last moment. Apparently, such is Apple’s strategy regarding its Watch. The device was announced in September 2014 and since then we have been waiting to find out when we will be able to buy it. Finally we know – the Apple Watch will start shipping to consumers in April.
In addition to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, another Apple smart device went official today. Called simply Apple Watch, the very first smartwatch made by the Cupertino company debuted along with two new iPhones and, if it lives up to the expectations, it could revolutionize the smartwatch market. Here’s all you need to know about the new device.
After Apple failed in passing iTime patent procedure in 2011, everyone simply thought that the company would put the concept on the shelf of unfulfilled ambitions. But apparently, the Apple’s inventors didn’t want to give up the idea, and now after three years, new information confirming further works on the iTime project has come to the light.
Last time we heard about Apple’s first smartwatch, known as the iWatch, we learnt that the company was playing around with different display sizes. Now it looks like Apple has made the decision to offer the iWatch in two sizes. Or at least this is what Display Search analyst David Hsieh claimed at a conference in Taiwan. According to Hsieh, the iWatch will be available with display measuring 1.7 inches and 1.3 inches. Why make the device in two sizes? To allow for more personalized experience. The bigger watch will be aimed at men, while the smaller device will be designed with women in mind.
If the latest rumors are to be believed, we may be wearing on our wrist Apple smartwatches before the first half of 2013 ends. According to some sources, Apple is supposedly working on something big and it might be an entirely new class of product. Interestingly, some analysts like Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster agree that an iOS smartwatch is a possibility.