Apple’s latest BETA

In the fast and furious world of Research and Development(R&D) in the tech industry, software development is a major step and Apple has been a leader on it. Apple with its consistent software update for its various devices has made users and developers engaged. This time of the year is no different as Apple has released the first beta versions of iOS 10.3.2, tvOS 10.2.1, and watchOS 3.2.2. The iOS 10.3.2 is currently only available in beta for registered developers. The public beta version of each update usually follows a…

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Samsung Powered Apple Watch With 28nm Processor

The Apple Watch has already received its customary teardown, but a new report takes a closer look at some of its miniature internal components. One interesting discovery is that the wearable’s all-new S1 chipset employs a 28-nanometer Samsung processor. Inside the tiny 26mm x 28mm S1 package, there are 30 individual components, Chipworks has found. They include sensors like the gyroscope and accelerometer, the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chips, an NFC controller and signal booster, and 512MB of RAM — as previous reports have revealed. What’s interesting about the Watch’s APL0778  processor is that it…

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Apple Pay And Fitness Features Showed Off In New Videos

In anticipation of the Apple Watch’s launch on Friday, Apple has released the final three videos in its “guided tour” series. The newest tutorials cover what are arguably three of Apple Watch’s most important features: Apple Pay, Activity and Workout. The videos, which you can watch below, are pretty self-explanatory. Apple has designed its wearable to be all about convenience, and the three highlighted features are exemplary examples of how the company’s device can improve a user’s everyday experience. Using Apple Pay on Apple Watch looks almost too easy. The…

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iWatch Effect: Apps Declaring Pebble Support Are Getting Rejected

Is Apple quietly shunning developers for supporting Pebble? With the Apple Watch set to launch on Friday, one Pebble developer has shared some alarming news, and it could have some very dire implications. According to the developer of SeaNavUS, Apple rejected an update to its app for declaring Pebble support; it’s unclear if other developers have experienced the same issue, though it brings up the question: is Apple going to strong-arm Pebble’s platform out of its walled garden? Maybe, maybe not. Apple is explicitly clear about why the app was…

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The All 22 Models Of Apple iWatch

The most anticipated wearable from Apple is going to hit the market soon with an availability of 100,00 apps available to download on your iWatch. Apple is gearing up to make available all the variants of its first smart watch at a same time. The fans are excited to get their hands on to iWatch. The gorgeous watch is not coming in 2-3 models, surprising as Apple promised, it’s coming with 22 unique models to choose from. iWatch will not only come with a simple variant, but also with 18-karat…

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Here Is Apple Watch Companion App’s Icon

Apple is set to launch an Apple Watch companion application in iOS 8.2, the next major update to Apple’s mobile operating system. Apple will begin selling Apple Watch in April, so it seems plausible we’ll see that update roll out right around then.9to5Mac already explained a lot about what we can expect inside of the app when it hits, and today Mark Gurman revealed a new piece of information: the icon for the companion app. It’s just an icon, yes, it is, but it’s also a major new application from…

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