It was only a matter of time. You can’t have a new Apple device without someone creating cases or the like for it. We saw this with the iPhone 6 — cases were being circulated before the phoneeven came out. Now we’re getting the same treatmentwith the Apple Watch, and we must say, it’s not pretty. Well, it’s pretty , I guess. A Blog to Watch , which is itself tongue-in-cheek (because it’s about watches, of course) has shared an equally cheeky look at an Apple Watch case. the case slips over the top of the watch, and serves as a frame to your (possibly) next wearable.
We know a bit about the Apple Watch, but not nearly as much as we’d like to. A new hands-on post sheds additional details on Apple’s first true wearable, detailing just how we’ll be able to get new apps for the wrist-worn device.
If you’ve not been keeping up with the world of sports, there’s some shady business going on in the NFL. The league has a new sponsor in Bose, which isn’t at all bad. The problem is the league is fining players for using non-Bose headphones, should they be photographed with them on.
Apple’s iPhone 6 and Apple Watch event was chock full of good stuff, but gave up nothing more than a few phones and a wearable. Adding more would have extended the conference beyond our level of comfort, so Apple decided to host a second event later on.
Apple 's new wearable, the Apple Watch , has been given a one-day showcase at the Parisian boutique Colette, an event that is part of the Paris Fashion Week. The showcasing is taking place today, and has marked appearances from notable fashion industry icons who have popped into see what Apple has unleashed. The showcasing includes visits from Vogue's editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and from Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld, both of whom were said to receive personal presentations from both Marc Newson and Jony Ive.
Apple Pay gets a lot of attention for how it interacts with the physical world, and rightly so. Apple’s inclusion of NFC on the iPhone 6 means we’ll get the ability to pay for goods with a tap of our phone. Sadly, that tech needs various point-of-sale terminals to include it, but there’s another way Apple Pay willbe useful: in apps. Apple recently updated their Security Guide to include Apple Pay, and while typical fodder, we do get to see how Apple Pay will handle purchases in the app. It’s important to note this “Apple Pay within apps” isn’t for your game upgrades or camera app features.
In an interview with Vogue magazine, Apple design chief Jony Ive (pardon me, Sir Jony Ive) gave a rare glimpse into the process that led him to what we now know as the Apple Watch. As it turns out, Apple was on the forefront of wearable technology.
Apple Pay is coming soon for iOS 8 and the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. according to a launch partner of Apple Pay, the service will be available in one month. USAA says they will offer Apple Pay on November 7, though Apple has yet to confirm that.
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