If you're in the market for a new Apple Watch, and you've got your sights set on the less expensive SE variant, then you're in some luck. At least, as far as the charging cable inside the box is concerned. Nothing is different about the watch itself, but there is an important change to how you'll charge the smartwatch.
Apple's refreshed its phone and tablet offerings with the September 14 unveiling of the new iPhone 13, sixth-generation iPad mini and ninth-generation iPad. The gadgets are shipping soon so read this if you're about to pre-order an iPhone 13 or one of the new iPad models.
Earlier this week, Apple unveiled the brand new Apple Watch Series 7. There was a lot of speculation surrounding this new smartwatch, and the final result didn't necessarily match up with the expectations built by rumors. Still, the new Apple Watch does offer some important changes from the previous model.
Apple's virtually-held September 14 event under the tagline “California Streaming” revealed updates to the iPhone lineup, Apple's bread and butter, in addition to the sixth-generation iPad mini and Apple Watch Series 7. If you're not caught up yet, it might be a great idea to watch the new ads first to familiarize yourself with Apple's talking points before diving deeper.
Having seeded release candidates for iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15 and watchOS 8 to its registered developers and public beta testers, Apple has now officially announced the iOS 15 release date. As it turns out, iOS 15, along with other Apple OS updates (except for one), are scheduled to drop on the same day as iOS 15: Monday, September 20, 2021.
While there are many developers out there happy with Apple's App Store (even with the rules and fees), there are some who have taken exception to Apple's shenanigans. Especially as it relates to apps being "Sherlocked" by the company. One app developer is still upset with Apple, and plans to take things to the next level because of it.
There have been so many rumors about the next Apple Watch, and now Apple is here to settle them. The company has just unveiled its newest smartwatch during its California Streaming event. Welcome the new Apple Watch Series 7.
If you've tried out Apple Fitness+, but haven't fallen in love with it despite the Apple Watch integration, how about another option? The online gym Tempo, which utilizes artificial intelligence to build a fitness program for users, has just announced it's one alternative if you're thinking about exploring a third-party option.
Apple Watch Series 8 will include a new body temperature sensor while future AirPods will provide unspecified health-management features, claims a noted Apple analyst.
Apple Watch Series 7 mass production should start following the iPhone 13 unveiling as suppliers have resolved manufacturing challenges caused by the device's updated design.
With Apple Watch Series 7 coming in the new 41mm and 45mm sizes, a 1mm increase over the previous models, we can't help but wonder: Will our old bands fit Apple Watch Series 7?
With the arrival of the company's last several major events, Apple has used augmented reality to help spice things up. And that's no different with today's announcement. Earlier, the company confirmed it will be "California Streaming" on Tuesday, September 14, to unveil new products.