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Apple's new gesture for Apple Watch gives apps more options with less screen real estate.
Apple just released guidelines for accessory-makers to follow for Apple Watch bands.
Apple Watch can handle a little running water if your Digital Crown stops turning.
With an Apple Watch on your wrist, you won't need a run-of-the-mill step-counting band.
If you have a swatch of black ink tattooed on your wrist, your Apple Watch might have trouble sensing your skin.
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