It’s an incredibly precise Watch, a new way to communicate, but it is also a smarter and more convenient way to look at fitness.
Timekeeping and communication aside, early scientific and less scientific tests show Apple Watch is actually very accurate at tracking health and fitness data. Read more
The Apple Watch contains a flat button called the side button which is right beneath the digital crown. This button is not much unlike the Sleep button featured on the iPhone, which also happens to be the button used to turn the iPhone on or off. Read more
Before users are able to use their Apple Watch as Apple intends the device to be used, you’ll need to pair it with an iPhone. To do this, you must have an iPhone 5 or later in order to pair with an Apple Watch.
You’ll also need to make sure that the iPhone is running iOS 8.2 or later, since this firmware includes the Apple Watch companion app needed to start and initiate the pairing process.
Apple launched their first wearable with an App Store filled with more than 3,000 third-party titles, which those numbers will grow exponentially in the months ahead. Read more
Many people like to customize their stuff, like the Apple Watch, that’s why it comes with a list of customizable features like a number of watch face options — from digital themes to analog lookalikes and much more. Many of which can be further customized with sub-features called complications. Read more
With Apple’s new wearable, the company was presented an opportunity to improve upon the ways in which a user interacts with small format devices.
The Apple Watch brings some pretty unique features like: Force Touch, haptic feedback, a custom UI and a keystone tactile technology called the Digital Crown. Read more
The official Apple Watch User Guide is now available for download on the iBooks Store. The free electronic book is the same as the online version that Apple published on April 23rd on their website, it’s just optimized for the iBooks app for the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac. Read more
For those of you that are not completely familiar with the iPhone or iPad keyboard, or for those of you that need to use special characters but don’t know how to access them, this article is for you!
Perhaps you need to use the special characters because you want to add a special accent to a word, or perhaps you would like to use the symbols as an emoticon while chatting with friends, whatever the reason, you can access the special characters on your iPhone or iPad device without having to download a special new app to do so. You will be able to access accents such as acute, double acute, dots, grave, slashes, curves, strokes and more. There are a lot of symbols and punctuation marks to help for foreign users as well, just take a look at the below list.
You can access these special symbols by first bringing up your keyboard while typing a message, then proceed tap on a letter, number or symbol and hold the button down and wait for the pop up menu to appear with additional characters. You can then slide your finger up to the character or symbol that you want, and simply let go for it to display in your message. For a complete list of all the characters and symbols that you can access you can view them down below.
a: à á â ä æ ã å ā
c: ç ć č
e: è é ê ë ē ė ę
u: û ü ù ú ū
i: î ï í ī į ì
o: ô ö ò ó œ ø ō õ
s: ß ś š
n: ñ ń
z: ž ź ż
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Apple has released iOS 8, the latest and so called greatest version of their mobile, or iPhone-Operating-System. which is now open to the public on Wednesday. After months of testing by developers, it is now here, and if you have bought your iOS device, like in the last two to three years, then it is probably compatible with iOS 8. Devices compatible with iOS 8 are listede in the following: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, and of course the iPhone 6 Plus, and the iPad 2, iPad 3 generation, iPad 4th generation, iPad Air, iPad mini, and iPad mini with Retina display, and for the iPod touch 5th generation.
All the specs and information you need on Apple’s new iPhone 6, can be viewed all right here. From the screen, and the operating system to the handling on the phone, will all be covered in much detail. And with Apple finally introducing their latest device in the iPhone line; which is the iPhone 6, and the iPhone 6 Plus. The new, larger smartphones have a completely refined design, that was made to be convenient Read more