As Apple Watch gains momentum heading into Apple Stores everywhere April 10, we can expect throngs of eager customers waiting to try one on. If nothing more, fans will want to see what the Apple Watch is like on their wrists.
In the near future, you might glance at your Apple Watch while you’re out and about to see if you’ve got time to grab a bite to eat before businesses start shutting down. You may also be wondering just where you should go to get that burger or sushi you’ve been craving all day. Today, Yelp is making it all really simple for you, and has reworked their iOS app to work with Apple Watch.
Apple’s method of releasing products like the iPhone is straightforward: On the day of release, you buy the phone at a retail store or it is delivered if you ordered online. The process is a lot less clear for the Apple Watch.Apple first said in March that the Watch will be available starting April 24.
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Even though the Apple Watch isn't available until later this April, new apps which are geared towards the Apple Watch are already hitting the iTunes store for download. You won't be able to use the actual range of capabilities designed for the smartwatch , unless you somehow got your hands on an Apple Watch early.
The time to start thinking about protective gear for an accessory is before you get the accessory, right? WaterField has been busy designing a couple of new accessories for the upcoming Apple Watch. The Time Travel Case for Apple Watch is a protective, padded case forthe Apple Watch charger, spare watch bands, a Bluetooth earpiece, or a smartphone.
You know how much Apple Watch will cost (at least to start), but AppleCare+ is another matter altogether. A new rumor suggests what you pay to protect your wrist-worn device might not be so bad, unless you grab a high-end device. Keeping in mind this protection plan covers the core hardware alone — not the bands — it’s believed AppleCare for the Apple Watch Sport will cost a tidy $59.
You might expect a state-of-the-art fitness lab to be housed at Nike or Adidas, and they probably are. When it comes to wearables, you might expect a manufacturer to slap some sensors in a band and call it a day — and you might be right, by and large. With Apple’s latest big pitch, the Apple Watch, things are pretty serious behind the scenes.