Pundit Showdown - Macworld iWorld 2013
Feb 8, 2013 11:30 AM
The Apple Watch relies on the iPhone for a lot of tasks, but not everything. Take it for a run, pump some tunes, and buy a smoothie at Whole Foods—no iPhone required.
One of the quickest ways to interact with the Apple Watch is by using Siri, Apple's voice activated assistant.
With every new iOS device, our poor thumbs have to relearn how to type quickly on the software keyboard. Phorm's tactile guides are there when you need them, and fade away like magic when you don't.
Hands on with activity-tracking luxury watches from Frederique Constant and Alpina. They'll record step and sleep data, and last more than two years on a single built-in battery.
A one-on-one interview with Philippe Khan, who argues his case for activity-tracking Swiss smartwatches, and comments on Fullpower's changing relationship with Jawbone.
Unsure whether you need the Watch in your life? An Apple Store demo might sway you.
Here are 3 of the biggest changes to Facebook from the F8 conference.
We compare the Apple Watch and the Pebble Time on features like screen quality, battery life, functionality, and price. Both work with iOS, but that's just about all they have in common.