21 months of planning and negotiations, a "code name frenzy," and clandestine signaling to executives with real pieces of fruit: turns out, getting Apple Pay off the ground without letting the cat out of the mobile payments bag wasn't easy.
One of the bigger mysteries surrounding Apple 's new wireless payment system, and in particular its smartwatch, may have just been solved. Apparently, the Apple Watch will remain authorized to make such transactions while its worn on your wrist and will be deauthorized the moment it is taken off.
We've finally got an official look at the Apple Watch , the company's long-rumored wearable that brings with it a squared-off face and a collection of bragging points. Among the watch's offerings (and there's quite a bit) is wireless charging.
At today’s Apple event, we finally got to see all the things we’ve been anticipating and expecting. The Apple Watch — formerly and unofficially the iWatch — was announced, as were two new iPhones. Additionally, we got to see a plethora of new software tweaks for Apple’s mobile efforts, and a slew of new hardware advancements that make Apple’s newest offerings their best ever.
Now that the flood of Apple announcements and related revelations have started to settle down, it's time to step back, take a deep breath, and take stock of everything that has happened so far. And what better way to do that than by watching Apple's momentous 2014 media event at your own pace and in your own time.
Apple TV is a pretty neat concept, and like others in its category, does its job well. Until recently, Apple has left Apple TV as a back-burner technology, which could have to do with the fact they were hard at work on a new iPhone and Apple Watch.
We talk a lot about Apple Pay, and for good reason. It’s the sleeper hit from Apple’s iPhone 6/Apple Watch announcement Tuesday, giving us more reason than ever to pay for goods and services with our phones.
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