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What it was like to attend an Apple Watch try-on appointment

One of the major benefits of living in a city that has its own Apple stores is that you get to try the new products even before they are available for purchase. After a wait of 7 months the much anticipated Apple Watch finally became available for pre-order, which means the device was also ready to be displayed in the stores. Unlike iPhones Apple is selling the Watch on its online store only, so the device...

Watch: Apple’s elaborative introduction videos for Apple Watch

Apple Watch pre-orders began on April 10th and the devices will be shipped to customers on April 24th. If you are planning on buying the new Apple gadget, have yet to make a decision or have no clue how it works then the following videos by Apple can really help. The four videos titled Guided Tour: Welcome, Messages, Faces and Digital Touch give an overview of the device’s features and how you will...

Android Wear Utility tweak adds iPhone support to Android watches

If you own an Android Wear smartwatch you would know that the device does not support iPhones, yet. So if you want to use your wearable device with your favorite smartphone you are pretty much out of luck. However, if you are jailbroken then a new Cydia tweak called Android Wear Utility can make it possible for you to connect your watch to iPhone and perform different functions such as control music, get...

Check which Apple Watch size is best for you right on your iPhone

Much to our dismay the new Apple Watch does not come in rounded shape and will only be available in square. However to accommodate people of all wrist sizes and perhaps genders, Apple will be releasing the device in two sizes. If you plan on purchasing an Apple Watch next month and would be pre-ordering one...

Most expensive Apple Watch models money can buy (list)

Apple has announced more details about the upcoming Apple Watch, and now we know much more than we did before. The most important things revealed at today’s event were the pricing and availability of the new Apple product. Following the event Apple’s official website has been updated with more...

Apple releases WatchKit to let developers create apps for Apple Watch

Apple has announced that as of today it is releasing the WatchKit software tools, which will enable third-party developers to create applications for the upcoming Apple Watch ahead of its launch. Apple Watch is expected to be launched in early 2015 and this release will make it possible for developer to prepare apps for the said device. Similar to iOS SDK, the WatchKit will consists of a variety of tools...

How to get Apple Watch like homescreen on iPhone right now

The upcoming Apple Watch features a fascinating user-interface with bubble like rounded icons that you can move around to access different apps. The interface looks so good that everyone has been wishing to have it on iOS. Luckily for us a developer created the whole Apple Watch homescreen experience on iPhone and uploaded the source code of his work on GitHub. Taking advantage of the source code different...

Explained: Difference between Apple Watch, Watch Sport and Watch Edition

One of the biggest highlights of Apple’s September 9th event was the announcement of the Apple Watch. The digital watch that everyone had been waiting for the past several years. The Watch is packed with tons of features and has capabilities that are going to revolutionize health and fitness categories while providing easy access to features like maps, messages, notifications, Siri and many more. Perhaps...

Apple finally introduces the amazing new ‘Apple Watch’

After years of anticipation and rumors Apple has finally announced its first wearable called the ‘Apple Watch’. Apple Watch is essentially and digital wrist watch that comes in gold and silver colors. It features a completely redesigned user-interface that although takes ques from iOS but is designed from ground up to support the smaller display of the device. Its complete with a touch screen,...

Confirmed: Apple will livestream the 9.9.2014 iPhone 6 and iWatch event

Apple has just announced on its website that it will be livestreaming the upcoming iPhone 6 and iWatch event that is scheduled to take place on 9.9.2014. The livestream will be available to watch at 10 a.m. PDT, right when the event is expected to kick off. To view the stream you will need a Mac running OS X 10.6.8, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 6 or above, or an Apple TV 2nd or 3rd generation...

Apple iWatch: 5 most wanted features [Wish list]

After all the rumors and reports we have been reading about Apple’s upcoming iWatch and looking at the market trend, it seems like this long awaited gadget will get released sooner than later. Google has already taken the lead when it comes to smartwatches with Android Wear and now everyone is looking...