The Apple Watch is finally a reality, so will it redefine what a smartwatch actually is and does? That’s a tough one because I’m not sure we’re really defined the need for a smartwatch to begin with.
Here are all the stories we posted from the Apple Watch and iPhone 6 event.
We now know what the Apple Watch will do, what it will look like, and what it’s called. But the big Apple reveal raised even more questions about its specs and how it will work in day-to-day usage.
You can’t buy one until next year but the Apple Watch was unveiled on Tuesday. This brief video demonstrates how you’ll use the watch when it arrives in early 2015.
Apple’s new mobile wallet won’t just support contactless payments at the register. It will broker online and in-app payments on your smartphone.
The speculation is over: Apple’s long-rumored smartwatch is called the Apple Watch. Pricing starts at $349 and it will be available in early 2015.
Everyone wanted to know about the iPhone 6 and Apple’s long-rumored watch, but the demand was just too much for Apple’s live stream.
Apple’s new phones are packed with more computing power without a significant cost to the battery life, thanks to upgrades of the A8 application processor and M8 motion co-processor.
Apple revealed the eighth generation of its iPhone on Tuesday. The new iPhone will come in two versions: The iPhone 6, with a 4.7-inch screen, and the iPhone 6 Plus, with a 5.5-inch screen.
Our live coverage of Apple’s iPhone and Apple Watch event can be found here.