Following on from reports that claimed the device was supposedly set to enter its trial production phase – this month, (and comments that alluded to Apple’s planned hardware revision possibly including the addition of FaceTime), a variety of publications are now making a u-turn on their previous predictions for what Apple’s next update to the Apple Watch may involve.
Set to arrive as part of the company’s recently announced partnership with the luxury brand, Apple will this week begin selling Apple Watch Hermés – an exclusive edition of its flagship wearable, through its online store.
Following on from various reports, that collectively suggest Cupertino could be preparing to introduce Apple Watch 2 – as early as this March, Matthew Panzarino says that while the second-generation of Apple’s wearable is unlikely to make its appearance at the (as yet unconfirmed) event, the wrist device could still be set to gain a camera for FaceTime.
Despite the naysayers – who perhaps initially wanted to believe that the first model of Apple’s wearable would be sticking around for more than a year, the second-generation Apple Watch is reportedly pegged to enter its trial production phase – later this month.
Monday marked a surprising day for those who are part of Apple’s iOS and Mac Developer Programs.
In an announcement that may just see fans of the original Knight Rider go weak at the knees, automobile manufacturer Volvo will this year partner with global technology giant Microsoft to enable people to both talk to, and control, different aspects of their cars – directly from their wrist.
There’s simply no getting away from the fact that drones, (otherwise known as UAVs, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) are going to be big – in 2016.