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FeatureThere are plenty of ways Apple can improve the Apple Watch, without requiring new hardware. NewsA new look was widely expected for Series 7, but a new report suggests it was simply pushed back a year. NewsApple is boosting trade-in deals until the end of May.
NewsNew reports says the price will jump to $299. NewsEU regulators demand Apple open up the iPhone's NFC chip, and threaten $36.5bn fine for locking out rivals. NewsNew York Times reporter details tumultuousness following Steve Jobs's death. NewsThe on-again, off-again feature may be on again. News40mm Watches made between April and September 2021 are eligible for free repair after Apple admits serious fault in "very small percentage" of units. UpdatedThis article keeps track of the most credible reports of the 2022 Apple Watch lineup, so stay tuned for the latest rumors. NewsA new reports says sensors to monitor blood pressure and glucose are unlikely to arrive anytime soon. NewsBody temperature monitor could help women with fertility planning. UpdatedWhen is the next Apple event? We'll tell you what we know about Apple's event schedule. UpdatedFitness+ combines Apple Watch, videos, and workout data to help you get into shape. Here's what you need to know about the service. UpdatedWant a new Apple device but don’t want to shell out for a full-priced version? Consider a refurbished model instead. Our FAQ and refurb deal guide can help you choose. FeatureApple often uses S or SE as part of the name of its devices. We explain what those two little letters really mean. NewsAll the latest news and rumours related to the new Apple Watch SE 2 for 2022. NewsFitbit is recalling its Ionic smartwatch after overheating fears. Here's everything you need to know about getting a refund and a new watch, NewsWe've analysed the latest leaks and rumours about the upcoming Apple Watch Series 8. News2022 to be year of Apple Watch with three new models and biggest update to the Apple Watch since launch. Plus RIP Apple Watch 3. FeatureThere are more than a few products in Apple's catalogue that should unceremoniously be shown the exit.