By Jeff Carlson | Monday, March 9, 2015
Now we know what the Apple Watch will cost—but surprisingly, that wasn’t the highlight of Monday’s media event in San Francisco. In fact, the Apple Watch occupied only a third of the event’s focus.
It started with an unexpected (and welcome) foray into health research and included the introduction of a new MacBook laptop model.
By Simon Allardice | Friday, December 12, 2014
Apple recently released a beta version of Xcode 6.2 to developers worldwide. It includes the much-anticipated iOS 8.2 SDK featuring WatchKit, allowing us to develop for the much-anticipated Apple Watch.
Although the Apple Watch itself won’t be released until Spring 2015, with WatchKit now available we can start building apps for this exciting new wearable device right away.
By Scott Fegette | Tuesday, September 9, 2014
In its much-anticipated announcement today, Apple revealed its next chapter in consumer hardware. The one-two mobile punch of the iPhone 6 and the brand spankin’ new Apple Watch should bring a whole new era of functionality and personal productivity—not to mention healthier living—to Apple customers, and spur even more innovation in wearable computing.
The event took place at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts, just a stone’s throw from Apple’s Cupertino campus—the same place where Steve Jobs introduced both the original Macintosh and the iMac. Today’s news was indeed monumental, with the Apple Watch heralding Apple’s entry into wearable computing. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus take a step into the mid-sized smartphone market pioneered by Samsung and other Android vendors, introducing the next release of their mobile operating system, iOS 8.
Let’s break down today’s Apple news.
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