According to reports from 9to5Mac, Apple’s next Watch will look a little different than its predecessor, thanks to a new display technology called Micro LED. This emerging tech offers some substantial advantages over more common OLED screens, although they also come at a higher price. Let’s take a look.
According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, the second-generation Apple Watch will come with cellular connectivity. The upgrade will allow the Watch to access mobile networks and retrieve data without a paired iPhone being present, allowing the Watch to be used standalone. That’s great if your iPhone runs out of juice, or if you just don’t fancy taking your iPhone with you in the first place.
Apple kicked off their latest event today at their 1 Infinite Loop headquarters, revealing a new four-inch iPhone SE, a new 9.7-inch iPad Pro and new Apple Watch straps. Here’s everything you need to know!
A rundown of the best Bluetooth headphones for the Apple Watch… The Apple Watch is one of the first Apple devices not to feature a headphone jack, it’s completely wireless. Which means you’ll need to pair it with a set of Bluetooth headphones if you want to (discreetly) listen to music through it. See More ‘Headphones […]
When you own an Apple Watch keeping it charged becomes part of your daily routine. And the easier it is to connect your device to a power supply the better. Magnetic charging docks are an incredibly popular choice as they hold your Apple Watch in place, without it needing to be buckled – offering both […]