10 September 2016
The Apple Watch 2 fhas the most requested eature: a built-in GPS chip. This allows for more advanced tracking, whether you're hitting the ground running or gazing up at the stars in the sky– and crucially means you can leave your iPhone at home when you go for a run The new Apple Watch Series 2 won't stop working if it gets wet in shallow water– it's waterproof, up to a point. Swimming with your Apple Watch 2 is now a reality with this Apple Watch.
The Apple Watch Series 2 is an update that's closer to the smartwatch we always wanted.
04 September 2016
At Apple’s 7th’ iPhone 7 event in September 2016, there’s a lot already known about the device and other product announcements Apple has planned to announce.
These include a dual-camera system for iPhone, a new and improved Apple Watch 2 with GPS, new wireless headphones, and much more.
Apple to announce a dual-camera system for iPhone, a new and improved Apple Watch 2 with GPS, new wireless headphones, and much more.
02 September 2016
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August 29, 2016
Apple sends invites for September 7: iPhone 7, Apple Watch 2 most likely on tap
Rumored no longer: The company sent out invitations for its event, confirming the date of Apple's next product announcement.
A full year of iPhone 2017 rumours... Read the chronology.
20 August 2016
Although Apple is advertising native apps with watchOS 2, it isn’t as ‘native’ as some developers wanted or expected. The logic code now runs on the watch, but raw access to the user interface is still not allowed on watchOS 2.
Well-known developers Steve Troughton-Smith, Saurik and Adam Bell have hacked the Apple Watch on WatchOS 2 to run truly native apps on the device.
05 August 2016
Apple is experimenting with designs for a watch-like device that would perform some functions of a smartphone. Apple has discussed such a device with its major manufacturing partner Hon Hai Precision Industry, one of these people said, as part of explorations of potentially large product categories beyond the smartphone and tablet.
05 September 2015
A select set of Android Wear smartwatches (and all future watches) will work with the iPhone. The app should be rolling out worldwide soon. It’s been a long time coming — and it means that Google will be challenging the Apple Watch on its home turf. Those Android Wear watches will be both cheaper and more varied than the Apple Watch — just like Android itself.
Android Wear is is now available to the iPhone-- only the latest iPhones -- those that are running iOS 8.2 and up are supported (iPhone 5 onwards).