Low-power mode isn't just for Apple Watch Ultra, it's also coming to older models when the watchOS 9 software gets publicly released on September 12.
Apple Watch Series 4
Typically speaking, Apple isn't the highest payout when it comes to offering trade-in values. But, they aren't the worst, either. And of course, trade-in values will continue to vary on a semi-regular basis, just as we're seeing recently.
It's a little late in the day, but Apple is releasing a software update for the Apple Watch anyway. This time around, it's a minor update in the grand scheme of things, aimed at addressing some lingering issues for everyday users.
The electrocardiogram (ECG) feature baked into the Apple Watch is one of the more health-focused elements of the smartwatch. But, before it can actually be used by owners, it has to gain approval by required regulators. For customers in China who have been waiting for this particular feature, it looks like that wait is almost over.
Earlier today, Apple officially unveiled the next major software updates for its platforms at this year's WWDC. It shouldn't surprise anyone that a large range of Apple's devices support updating to the upcoming updates. So you can find a list below of the supported devices that will be updated later this year.
Word on the street Apple is going to launch a rugged version of the next Apple Watch. If you fear you might miss out, we've got you covered.
Every once in a while, Apple offers a slight boost to its trade-in values, hoping to boost sales for new products. Or, in some cases, to line up with something like American Heart Month. That's the case for trade-in values tied to the company's smartwatch lineup.
Apple has not been shy about the fact that a (PRODUCT)RED band has existed in the Solo Loop and Braided Solo Loop designs. But it hasn't actually been up for sale until today.
We know that Apple is hosting a virtual event on Tuesday, September 15. The company will probably unveil a new flagship smartwatch. But we may also see a more affordable option, too.
The Japanese Association for the Advancement of Medical Equipment last Friday approved the ECG app on the Apple Watch Series 4 and 5, along with irregular heart rhythm notifications.
The Apple Watch can do a lot of things, like tell the time, and also catch heart abnormalities. A real Jack of all trades, you might say.
The Apple Watch has been available to buy on Amazon's website for a bit of time now, but if you're looking for a new model today, you'll find options severely lacking.