Two guests on today’s show. First, financial analyst Rob Black joins Ken to discuss Bloomberg’s midweek article that has Apple reducing iPhone orders. Then, TMO’s Nick deCourville reveals his Apple Watch SEcret science project.
Today we’re taking a look at the new Apple Watch SE and seeing if the features not found in the device still make it a worthy purchase.
A recent study published by The New York Times reveals that parents increasingly give their children an Apple Watch SE as stopgap cell phone.
Mark Gurman reports that Apple plans to release three new Apple Watch variants, including a ruggedized model for extreme sports.
The watchOS 8.1.1 update was released on Thursday. It fixes a charging issue with the Apple Watch Series 7, MacRumors reported. I could not see the update available on my SE, even after updating to iOS 15.1.1, so don’t worry if you have an older device and also don’t see it.
According to Apple’s release notes, the watchOS 8.1.1 update addresses an issue that could cause Apple Watch Series 7 models not to charge as expected for some users. Some Apple Watch Series 7 owners have noticed slow charging speeds for their devices, and this update should fix the bug causing the problem.
Charlotte noticed a new iPhone notification recently, that told her when her nearby Apple Watch had been unlocked.
The ability to take an ECG is one of the most highly-touted features of the Apple Watch Series 6 (a key differentiator from the SE). A new video, released Monday, shows it in action. The soundtrack is Tokoliana by KOKOKO!.
There is an Apple Watch on more than 100 million wrists, according to analyst Neil Cybart, and there are huge possibilities for growth.
If you have an Apple Watch, there’s a couple of ways that it can help you find your misplaced iPhone with the ‘Ping iPhone’ tool.
With its new Telenet One Number mobile plan, customers can add their Apple Watch’s eSIM to their plan starting November 13.