The folks at MacRumors have put together a great video showing just some of the useful tips and tricks that can be done with Apple Watch.
As expected, Apple has posted its earnings results for the second quarter of 2015.
Apple noted early on in the game that it wouldn’t be sharing exact sales figures for the Apple Watch – going forward, instead choosing to lump these figures into the separate “accessories” category of its business – which also includes sales of the Apple TV.
Apple’s wearable officially went on sale, Friday – and I was lucky enough to receive the unit I pre-ordered earlier this month, on the same day. After playing with the smartwatch for roughly a day and a half – I thought it time to collate some of my initial thoughts on the device, and its features.
Opening the floodgates for developers to begin publishing their apps to the App Store for Apple Watch – yesterday, Apple itself has now published a list of the apps that it considers are going to be “must-haves” for those who are starting to receive the wearable.
We’ve got them all after the fold.
Set to become the centralised hub for discovering the latest apps that support Apple Watch, Apple on Thursday pushed the button to take the Apple Watch App Store – live.
Here’s a first look at what you can expect to find.
Whether it’s out for delivery on the van, preparing to be dispatched or still in processing – Apple’s first wearable will start to land on the wrists of millions in the coming hours. And ahead of the device landing on doorsteps around the world, Apple tonight sent live the official Watch App Store.
The list of apps designed for the device is ever-growing. It’s sitting at around 3,000 as of writing.
Following those with May (and even June) delivery estimates receiving notification of their order moving to final shipment stages, with some of these orders already having been dispatched, Apple has tonight issued a statement confirming that watch orders are scheduled to be delivered earlier than originally anticipated.
Don’t look now – but it appears at least some of those who managed to pre-order the Apple Watch, earlier this month, (and were later landed with a delivery estimate of between May 12 and May 27), are now beginning to see full pending charges to the amount of their order(s) appear on their credit sources.