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Thursday, April 09, 2015

Following the circulation of Apple Watch reviews and news this morning, German-based Apple tech site Macerkopf.de [Google Translate] discovered what appears to be the shipping dates for every line of the Apple watch in Germany.

Read more www.macrumors.com


Tuesday, April 07, 2015

There are a ton of great docks available for iOS devices. But what about a dock that can charge your iPhone, your Apple Watch, an external USB battery and another USB device? Oh yeah, and it’s also an LED desk lamp.

Read more mashable.com



Apple CEO Tim Cook today sent out a memo to all employees ahead of the Apple Watch’s retail try-on kickoff this Friday. Cook thanks employees who have worked on the Apple Watch by saying, “congratulations to everyone who has worked so hard for years to help this product reach our customers.”

Read more 9to5mac.com



You can order a Watch on Friday, or you can try one on. But you can’t do both. If you are absolutely sure you are never going to buy an Apple Watch — and certainly not version 1.0 — you can stop reading right now.

Read more fortune.com


Monday, April 06, 2015

This really weird thing happened to me. Then it got even weirder. Then it turned insane. Do I have a story for you. [This is the epic continuation of “How I Became a Minor Celebrity in China.”]

Read more www.buzzfeed.com



If you don’t have physical accessories, use HomeKit Accessory Simulator to simulate accessories in a home. Each simulated accessory has services with characteristics that you can control from your app. Your app creates the objects and relationships that are stored in the HomeKit database. It creates the home layout, adds new accessories to the home in the simulated environment, and adds the accessories to rooms in a home.

Read more developer.apple.com



Hot on the heels of the Kia Sportspace concept that we saw in Geneva, the 2016 Kia Optima that debuted at the New York auto show today. The production version of the sedan shares many of its design cues with the concept, but sadly not its sweet wagon backside. The Optima will be available in five trim levels when it reaches dealerships in late 2015.

Read more www.cnet.com



Apple Pay is coming up short for many people who attempt to use the mobile payment service at the register. A survey from research firm Phoenix Marketing International found that 68 percent of respondents who have used Apple Pay had encountered an issue when making an in-store purchase.

Read more www.computerworld.com



To go along with the premium $10,000 and up pricing of the 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition, Apple will charge up to $999 for the Apple Watch Edition’s AppleCare+ Protection Plan, 9to5Mac has learned.

Read more 9to5mac.com



Apple will begin dressing up the front of its stores with a new Apple Watch-themed promotion on April 10th to coincide with the beginning of in-store Apple Watch try-on appointments. The new, unique display will be shown at all Apple Stores with glass front windows and it is themed akin to the application icon arrays on the Apple Watch’s Home screen.

Read more 9to5mac.com



Here’s a textbook case of irony: the Apple Watch may not have a quick launch in Switzerland… you know, the spiritual home of watches. Swiss broadcaster RTS reports that Leonard Timepieces has a trademark in the country that supposedly prevents companies from using the word “apple” in association with watches and other jewelry.

Read more www.engadget.com



The Apple Watch can check your flight info, open your garage, monitor your heart rate, and pay for your latte. But can it keep you entertained? Games are the lifeblood of the App Store — last year’s top-grossing apps list was dominated by free-to-play games — but despite Apple Watch appearances at two big events, we’ve yet to hear much at all about how gaming might figure into the sleek device.

Read more www.yahoo.com


Saturday, April 04, 2015

The attractive Friday Smart Lock trims off the bulk found on many other smart deadbolts and still manages to pack in plenty of features. Currently it’s only going to be shipped in the US and Scandinavia, but given that it’s designed to work with Thread for Google and Nest, as well as Apple’s upcoming HomeKit, Friday looks poised to be a key—or keyless—part of a larger smart home.

Read more www.cnet.com



IN EARLY 2013, Kevin Lynch accepted a job offer from Apple. Funny thing about the offer: It didn’t say what he would be doing. So intense is Apple’s secrecy that all Lynch knew was his vague title, vice president of technology, and that he’d be working on something completely new.

Read more www.wired.com



Let’s say you’ve devoured just about everything you can find on the Apple Watch but are still craving more. That’s perfectly natural. Well, Cupertino has a guided tour of the wearable that should help answer any remaining questions you might have.

Read more www.engadget.com


Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Apple has only sanctioned a small set of App Store apps to support its CarPlay feature with Audio Books for iPhone today joining that limited list. The latest version of Audio Books adds integration with CarPlay head units for easily finding audiobooks to play through your car stereo on your drive.

Read more 9to5mac.com



In our continued quest to take care of you as you commute and wander around complex cities, we’re excited to be one of the first apps available on Apple Watch. We’re well aware that a $350+ device and public transportation may not immediately appear to go together. That’s what they said before about the iPhone:

Read more medium.com



Although the Apple Watch isn’t out until April 24, popular note locker service Evernote has already released an app for it. Unsurprisingly called Evernote for Apple Watch, it allows users to dictate a note, search their note libraries, or surf through a handful of contextually useful notes.

Read more www.fastcodesign.com



The New York Times has developed a new form of storytelling to help readers catch up in seconds on Apple Watch. One-sentence stories, crafted specially for small screens, will provide the news at a glance across many Times sections, including Business, Politics, Science, Tech and The Arts.

times apple WATCH app

Read more www.nytco.com


Monday, March 30, 2015

An Apple Watch Shop barricade has been installed in London’s Selfridges ahead of the device arriving instore on April 10.
The barricade is shielding the area where customers will be able to try on and place pre-orders for the Watches, before they go on general sale online or via reservation in Apple’s retail stores from April 24.

Read more www.telegraph.co.uk


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