There is no denying that the Apple iWatch is a remarkable product of brilliant engineering. It is waterproof, for instance, tracks your heart rate and location, and more. But if recent filings from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are to be considered, the upcoming version will be even more proficient, and more importantly, ‘circular’ in shape, unlike its previous versions. Read More
Apple has announced Apple Watch Series 2. The things that are new at a glance:
1. The Apple Watch is now swim-proof
2. It has in-built GPS
3. New GPU – faster and better graphics rendering
4. It has new much powerful speakers
It has been a good two years since Apple Watch was announced and since April 2015 the Watch has been on sale. With millions and millions of people sporting the smart watch, they have also been eagerly waiting for an upgrade. It was at the Apple WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) where Apple gave a taste of the next generation of the Apple Watch, the Apple Watch 2. It is since then that the same segment of Watch users that are eagerly waiting to know the upgraded features of the device. With rumors and wishlists flying around and only a few days before Apple sheds more light on this, we have compiled a wishlist of our own and hoping to see these with the Watch 2. Read More
With lots of rumors and speculations flying around regarding the Apple Watch 2 and the holy month of September just around the corner, a lot of Apple users are eagerly waiting for Apple to drop the bomb on the next generation of Apple Watch. Some of us already have a brief idea of what we are getting in the Apple watch 2 and some claiming major changes, we at TheAppleGoogle are going to list out 5 things that we want in Apple Watch 2 and hoping that Christmas comes early this year. Read More
Apple has been keeping a big surprise from us. They are planning to launch two new variants of the Apple Watch sometime in the second half of 2016 which can be anytime now. The two new variants includes an updated version of the Apple watch with minor improvements and the second is the much awaited Apple Watch 2. It also seems that the Apple Watch 2 will have GPS, Barometer and a longer battery life. Read More
New rumors and speculations have started flying about the release date and specifications of the Apple Watch 2. It is somewhat confirmed that the device will be announced and launched in September along with the new Apple iPhone. There have also been some rumors that the Apple Watch 2 will also be featuring a front facing camera, GPS and cellular connectivity. Considering the fact that Apple did not mention the Watch 2 at their press event which was held in March earlier this year. Read More
According to Re/Code, Apple’s rumored media event which was going to take place sometime in the 2nd week of March has been pushed to 21st March for reasons which are quite unclear. The event will most likely will take place at Apple Town Hall in Cupertino. At the event, the company will be introducing the new iPhone SE, a smaller version of the iPad Pro and some minor enhancements to the Apple Watch. Read More
The social messaging platform recently acquired by Facebook, WhatsApp has been one of the top players in the App industry for quite some time now. It’s really surprising how they don’t have a native WatchOS App for the much applauded Apple watch yet.
Apple’s wearable technology, the Apple Watch is known for its ability to receive and respond to notiﬁcations in an instant without having to reach your pockets for your iPhone. Facebook Messenger was updated with a native Apple Watch App in October that allows users to send and receive voice clips, Likes, stickers and more through it. However, no such update has been made by the Facebook-owned, WhatsApp. Read More
LG’s Watch Urbane 2nd Edition, is the first Android wearable to support cellular connectivity. This one-of-its-kind smartwatch, underneath its screen, has a LTE radio that will allow you to use all of its features without depending on your phone’s internet connection.
The Swiss watchmaker, TAG Heuer, on Monday unveiled their smartwatch that was co-created with Intel and Google. This wearable technology is called the “TAG Heuer Connected” and will cost you about $1,500.
Inspired by the company’s Carrera Calibre line, it comes with three digital watch faces. It has a titanium case, a 46mm sapphire crystal display with 240ppi resolution, heavy duty water resistance, and seven colours of “textured rubber” straps to choose from. Its got 4GB of storage, 1GB of RAM and a built-in lithium battery is said to last a day between charges. Read More