New code snippets from iOS 14 reveal watchOS 7 features: could come with sleep tracking, new features for watch faces, and new parental controls.
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Oppo is revealing its first-ever smartwatch today, and it's hard to overlook its resemblance with the Apple Watch.
Apple's latest watchOS update introduces support for the Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2, as well as the company's newest earbuds.
Apple unveils a minor upgrade to the Apple Watch line with the new Series 5 Apple Watch, introduces a new always-on display.
Apple has reportedly made a new feature for sleep tracking. The built-in feature, internally codenamed Burrito, will allow Apple Watch owners to track their sleep without needing any extra hardware.
There's been barely been any rumors about the Apple Watch Series 5 so far, but Apple is apparently planning to launch it next month.
Apple has some hidden files within watchOS 6 betas that may have just revealed two of its upcoming Apple Watch products, teasing two new models: Titanium and Ceramic.
Apple releases new iOS update with a new wireless migration feature for the iPhone, as well as a critical fix for the Apple Watch.
Apple Watch is getting a dedicated App Store with the upcoming update, watchOS 6.
Apple has reportedly acquired startup that makes an asthma-monitoring app for children.
Apple has a bunch of new Apple Watch band colorways and new iPhone cases.
Apple is reportedly testing sleep tracking functionality for the Apple Watch.
Samsung's big Unpacked 2019 event is almost here, and we have our first look at the company's sleek new Galaxy Watch.
Spotify's much awaited Apple Watch app is finally here.
After pulling watchOS 5.1, Apple releases watchOS 5.1.1. with fix for Watch Series 4 bricking issues.
The latest update to watchOS is breaking some of Apple's new Series 4 Watch devices.
Apple's new Series 4 Watch faces weren't created with CGI.
Apple launches upgraded Watch with a bigger display.
Apple's upcoming Series 4 Watch leaks ahead of official reveal.
Loads of Apple hardware incoming.
Three weeks ago, Apple announced public beta releases for iOS 12, tvOS 12, and macOS Mojave. They are finally available now.
Google controls the dominant personal computing platform. So why isn't Android Wear even remotely successful?
Open solutions always win in the end. Which does nothing to explain Apple's success.
The best and worst of Apple was on display at yesterday's press event, a two-hour commercial for the company's new products.
With its major announcements all ruined by rumors, Apple delivered a curiously rote press event on Tuesday.
I don't normally (ever?) write about Apple leaks, but this one is a potential blockbuster.
It's fair to say that Google's Android Wear platform has been a spectacular failure. But they keep trying.