The Apple Watch really doesn’t cost all that much…
May01

The Apple Watch really doesn’t cost all that much…

Even though, the Apple Watch Sport, which is the baseline model starts at $349, it is pretty steep and it just keeps increasing from there, for each model, but do you really know how much an Apple Watch takes, to being made? $83.70. Yep, go on now, start ranting. The firm, IHS iSuppli, broke down costs to produce various sensors, and electronics used inside this device, such as the Ambient Light Sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope,...

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Apple Watch Will Be Available in More Countries in June
Apr30

Apple Watch Will Be Available in More Countries in June

Apple CEO Tim Cook recently revealed that Apple Watch would be available in more countries in late June. The first countries to get the wearable included U.S, U.K., Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Australia, Germany, and France. So, June it is!

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Chosen Developers Didn’t Get Their Apple Watch Yet
Apr30

Chosen Developers Didn’t Get Their Apple Watch Yet

Just about a week ago, we told you about the thing where some developers were chosen by Apple and would get an Apple Watch delivered to them by April 28th. However, developers chosen haven’t received their watch even till now. So this could mean that the production is behind schedule. What do you think?

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Enjoying showering with your Apple Watch? Don’t.
Apr30

Enjoying showering with your Apple Watch? Don’t.

I’m sure all your Apple Watches have been receiving a shower, regularly, with you on your wrist. However, i’d suggest you stop, and here’s why. Even though the Apple Watch has an IP67 rating, the high pressure jets of water, can cause water to go into places it shouldn’t, on the Apple Watch without you doing anything on purpose. IP67 means, the watch is water resistant, NOT water proof, so it can stand up to...

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Apple Watch Heart Rate Sensor, not happy with tattoos?
Apr30

Apple Watch Heart Rate Sensor, not happy with tattoos?

Once everyone started getting their Apple Watch, they all started doing their tests on it, be it showering with it (which we’ll be making a separate post about to tell you some shocking news), or destroying it completely, or whether it works with people who have tattoos on their wrists. It looks like this problem varies with every tattoo, because the Heart Rate Sensor is having problems gathering accurate BPM readings and...

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Apple Rolls Out OS X 10.10.4 Beta 2 to Developers
Apr28

Apple Rolls Out OS X 10.10.4 Beta 2 to Developers

After Apple rolled out iOS 8.4 beta 2 yesterday, Apple now released OS X 10.10.4 Beta 2 update to developers and people enrolled in the Public Beta Program. The update includes bug fixes and stability enhancements. The update, namely OS X 10.10.4 (build 14F11f) can be downloaded from the Updates page in the Mac App Store app for registered developers and people enrolled in the Public Beta...

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