Don't-Miss iOS Stories
You could always try various watch sizes, finishes, and bands at the Apple Store, buy one, and return it in 14 days. But if you're nowhere near an Apple Store, gadget rental service Lumoid has you covered.
The Apple Watch is almost here. So this week's roundup of accessories includes a few new wrist-based items that you won't want to live without. Plus, the usual speakers, batteries, and more.
Glenn and Susie have a lot to talk about, from the shiny new single-port MacBook to Susie's experience with the Apple Watch.
It’s a reliable and slick-looking calendar, though only truly compelling if you live within Google’s ecosystem.
That's the assurance from the companies involved with the mobile framework's first five apps
Hopefully it'll save time too, but at the heart of it all, the Watch is still a watch.
It's totally fine if iOS 9 doesn't pack in hundreds of new features. Steven Aquino just wants a handful of tweaks to make things more visible.
The fancy cases and straps are nice, but it's the software that I'm sold on.
We go hands-on with the Apple Watch, just revealed from Apple's San Francisco event.
If you missed the live stream, catch up on all the Apple Watch tidbits in this 3-minute supercut.
iOS 8.2 lets you explore the Apple Watch app before the Apple Watch is even available, and even includes a number of big fixes and Health app improvements.
The Apple Watch is about to launch, and Macworld will be reporting live. Check back here Monday morning for all the play-by-play.
This week's roundup features updated apps from MLB and the PGA—but we also have offerings for productivity, video-making, and weather forecasting.
This challenging platformer-puzzler hybrid tasks you with stealing gold from built-in dungeons and dungeons designed by other players. The catch? Other players will steal from you, too.
When every Apple Watch works the same, how many will pay exponentially more for higher-end materials?
Early Apple Watch apps will be simple extensions of iPhone apps, but developers are chomping at the bit to add more features.
Zuru analyzes your notes and turns them into a slide-based presentation on Haiku Deck’s platform, so you'll never have to use PowerPoint again.