Showing posts with label Apple iWatch. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Apple iWatch. Show all posts

Friday, June 26, 2015

Apple Watch is coming to the Netherlands, Sweden and Thailand on July 17


As Apple releases the Apple Watch in a number of new countries today, it’s also quietly added dates for a number of other countries.
The Apple Watch will be available for purchase in the NetherlandsSweden and Thailand on July 17, as spotted by 9to5Mac.
The July release date was quietly added to local Apple stores as the Apple Watch goes on sale in Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan from today.
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Thursday, May 28, 2015

Apple will release a native Watch SDK preview at WWDC, with a full kit coming this fall


Having just shipped the first few rounds of the Apple Watch last month, the company is now amping up more news around its latest device. Apple’s senior vice president of operations Jeff Williams today confirmed that a preview of a native Apple Watch app development kit will be released at its Worldwide Developer Conference on June 8.
Speaking at the Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, Williams says the kit will allow developers direct access to the Watch’s sensors, digital crown and microphone, among other hardware information.
At the moment, most Apple Watch apps are ported over from their iOS versions. This means they also run on the iPhone in order to transmit content for the Watch to download.
With the native Watch SDK, developers will finally be able to build apps that actually run on the Apple Watch so users can continue running them even if their paired iPhone is out of range or runs out of battery. This should also improve app performance as it will no longer need to communicate between two devices.
The native Watch SDK preview is expected to launch at WWDC, with a full kit coming this fall. The news comes after Apple updated its own Watch app ahead of its big event.

Monday, March 9, 2015

Apple Pay on the Apple Watch will be smarter than you think

A new report this weekend from CNET details just how Apple Pay will work from your wrist.
CNET talked to Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, Eddy Cue, at a sports game. He told them that wearers will have to type in a PIN or use Touch ID to unlock the watch and make payments the first time, but until it’s taken off it won’t require authentication again:
“You can [type a password] if you want to, but you won’t normally have to,” Cue said. “Right now the watch is unlocked, and I could do all of it without having to type any code. If I [took it off and] handed it to you, now you’d have to type in a security code or unlock it from your phone.”
Cue also said that owners of the Apple Watch who don’t have an iPhone 6 will be able to use Apple Pay directly from the device without upgrading their phone.
It was previously reported that the Apple Watch will detect if it’s been removed or not by using an infrared sensor on the back.
The details come ahead of Apple’s event on Monday where it’s expected the company will unveil further details about the Watch including pricing and availability.
What’s interesting is that Apple has been drip-feeding details out about the Watch over the last few weeks, rather than keeping it all a secret for the announcement day.

Monday, March 2, 2015

The Apple Watch will launch outside the US in April too


When Apple first released the iPhone and iPad, their launches were limited to the US before rolling out to other countries over the following months. It appears that won’t be the case with the Apple Watch.
While speaking at an Apple Store in Berlin last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook told employees the new wearable will launch in Germany during April, according to9to5Mac.
In January, Tim Cook said the Apple Watch would be shipping in April, but it was unclear which countries would be included in the initial launch. Cook’s statement suggests a wider initial roll-out than we’ve seen before for new product categories from the company.
It’s possible the Apple Watch will launch in the US first with other countries coming later in the month. In any case, it seems Apple fans outside the US won’t have long to wait before they can get their hands on the wearable.
Apple has its next event set for March 9, so we’ll likely find out all the launch details then.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Apple to launch Watch on March 9, sends invites


Apple Inc sent out invitations for a media event in San Francisco on March 9, about one month before the much-anticipated launch of the new Apple Watch.

The world's largest technology company did not specify what the event will be about in the invitation which reads simply "Spring Forward," a word play on the resetting of watches for daylight saving time.

Chief Executive Tim Cook said last month that the company plans to launch the smartwatch in April. The watch, which will let consumers check their email, pay for goods at retail stores and monitor personal health information, represents Apple's first major new product introduction since the 2010 launch of the iPad.


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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

“Apple iWatch” Launching With 1.7″ and 1.3″ Variants in October 2014

All you Apple lovers must read out the coming information as many rumors are coming for Apple iwatch. Apple is working on its final launching plans to release its new product Apple iWatch in the span of the coming months . The iWatch will be available to its users with two variants 1.7 inches and 1.3 inch screen . The smart watch will be available for both the genders ie. for Men and Women . The iWatch having smaller screen size  will be available for women with vibrant colors and combinations





  The wearable Apple iWatch will  be launched  with a  OLED display . The OLED display, which will have 320 x 320 pixels resolution will provide a great vision to its users . It is heard from source that  iWatch will have a  flexible display to compete with its other big brand smart watches like Motorola, Samsung, LG etc. Samsung the brand in technology is also working on flexible display smart watch and it will also launch in the couple of months.

The Apple iWatch likely to be released at the end of September or in the beginning of the October 2014. In spite of the Apple, In the technology market Samsung Galaxy Gear, Motorola Moto 360, SonySmart Watches will also be seen till the end of this year. Apple Inc. Hired a Nike Key Designer to include a sporty look at its iWatch . The images for Apple iWatch looks a bit very interesting at the moment on the web portal. As per the images Apple iWatch seems so elegant and sporty whether it goes on men or if we talk about women.So Apple iWatch will be so impressive and smart in looks. Users have to wait a bit for the Apple iWatch to be launched in the Indian Markets. Price and other specification are not yet properly disclosed.