One of the perks of the first credit card from Apple, the Apple Card, is its 3% Daily Cash cash back deal from select retailers. And now one more is included in the (apparently growing) list.
The dream of the self-lacing shoe has been in place for quite some time, and a goal that companies like Nike have been working on for years. While there have been ideas and implementations, we're not quite there to having a self-lacing shoe be the standard out there in the wild. But Nike is at least bringing Siri and Apple Watch support into the mix right now.
Nike on Friday released new Sport Loops and Sport Bands for Apple Watch in three distinct colors: Celestial Teal, Olive Flak and Smokey Mauve. And earlier this week, Apple itself released a (PRODUCT)RED version of the new Sport Loop band.
Two weeks after the Apple Watch Series 4 and Apple Watch Hermès arrived in stores, the Nike+ version is set to make its debut. The model arrives in select countries beginning tomorrow, Oct. 5.
The Nike Training Club app is ready to push your exercise routines to new levels thanks to the all-new Apple Watch integration. Called your "Ultimate Personal Trainer," the app offers over 180 free workouts from strength and endurance to mobility and yoga. Whether you're a seasoned athlete or just getting started, Nike believes this is the app for you.
Nike announced Monday that the special edition Apple Watch Nike+ Series 3 with a new Midnight Fog sport loop will be available to purchase starting Tuesday, November 14.
Tracking and mapping your runs to a T is something most of us runners do, mainly because it provides valuable insights into your training progress. At the same time, there is something to be said about archiving runs for posterity and having the ability to review and show off older running tracks. The likes of Nike+ or Runtastic - i.e. the big players in the game - have recognised the immense potential of route tracking years ago and beefed up their apps accordingly.
Poor 3D sensor yield rates are expected to impact iPhone X's launch supply as Rosenblatt analyst Jun Zhang pegs current production volume at just 400,000 units per week.
Both GPS and LTE models of the Apple Watch Series 3 Nike+ edition became available to purchase last Friday in stores across the United States, Australia, Asia and Europe.
As a fitness enthusiast, one of the most attractive features of Apple Watch certainly has to be its ability to capture and analyze your post-workout heart recovery. I’m probably in good company when I say this tidbit caught my eye at WWDC 2017.
A significant number of new Nike Apple Watch band colors are now available for purchase from Nike’s Website, signifying an expansion of the Apple/Nike partnership.
The four new colors are intended to match that of Nike's Air VaporMax Flyknit 'Day to Night' shoe lineup, giving users a way to match their tech to their shoes in style.
Footwear, apparel and sports accessories giant Nike on Monday announced four new bands for Apple Watch, designed to color-match the company's new Air VaporMax Flyknit “Day to Night” running shoe collection. The new bands work with any Apple Watch model, not just with the special-edition Apple Watch Nike+ collection, and are made from a flexible fluoroelastomer material that's lightweight and perforated for ventilation and sweat management, like other Sports bands.
The new bands are priced at $49 each as with other Sports bands.
They'll be available via Nike's online and retail stores on June 1, and Apple.com, select Apple Authorized Resellers and select specialty and department stores in early June.
The new Air VaporMax Flyknit “Day to Night” running shoe collection celebrates runners whenever they choose to run: at twilight, sunset and everything in between. Each of the new (previously unavailable) band colors is inspired by a shade of the sky, from dawn to dusk, according to the apparel giant.
The new band collection was designed to allow runners to “make a statement by matching their Apple Watch Nike+ bands to their footwear,” reads the press release. Nike's new running shoe collection launches next Thursday, June 1, at 10am, priced at $190.
In April 2017, Apple and NikeLab launched another limited-edition Apple Watch in the form of Apple Watch NikeLab, which pairs a Space Gray aluminum case with a new Light Bone band in a creamy color combination with black perforations.
Nike's new Light Bone/Black band combination for Apple Watch NikeLab coordinates nicely with their similarly neutral-toned “Oreo” and “White/Blue” VaporMax sneakers.
watchOS 3.2 added some new unique face colors, including the new band-matching Blue Orbit and Violet Dust options for Apple Watch Nike+ wearers and Camellia, Flamingo, Pollen, Mist Blue, Azure and Pebble as the new watch face color options for all Apple Watch models.
Nike began selling standalone versions of its unique Sports bands for Apple Watch earlier this year. Last but not least, earlier this month the company began selling iPhone 7 cases based on its Rosche and Air Force 1 sneakers, priced at $35 each.
Apple recently refreshed its own band lineup for Apple Watch with some interesting new Spring-themed straps.