Glenn, Susie, and Caitlin all have their Apple Watches...and plenty of opinions about them. We praise some things, complain about others, and try to explain what it all means for you.
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.
The Apple Watch will be more useful when it delivers the right notifications in a font size you can read, with haptic feedback that doesn't make you jump out of your chair.
Nutrition-tracking comes to one of our favorite health apps, but don't expect calorie counts.
Apple continues to soar in 2015 on record-breaking iPhone sales and popularity in China.
New Instagram filters and emoji are always popular, so Instagram combined the two in Monday's update for iOS.
Apple now has support from all major U.S. financial institutions as it takes Apple Pay global.
Don't worry, it's perfectly normal to spend your initial minutes with Apple Watch staring at your phone.
A spate of new Watch apps give you a better picture of your body right on your body.
If you're getting an Apple Watch in the mail tomorrow, you'll have your pick of apps to use right away.
Tell us if your Watch is scheduled to arrive on Friday.