Apple Watch Series 4 is available now with bigger displays and new ECG heart monitoring sensors. The Mac Observer’s Jeff Gamet checks out the new smartwatch in this unboxing video.
There are a specific number of steps to take in a certain order to ensure you don’t lose any information when you pair a new Apple Watch.
Many an Apple customer, and maybe even Apple itself, dreams of making the Apple Watch independent of the iPhone someday. But it won’t happen any time soon.
Apple issued a press release reminding customers that Apple Watch Series 4, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max are available in stores starting at 8 AM on Friday, September 21st.
Just how big will you new Apple Watch Series 4 be compared to the Apple Watch you already have? Allison Sheridan from the NosillaCast podcast did the math because she’s really frakking smart. Turns out the new 40mm model’s display area, which replaces the 38mm model, is 35% bigger and actually 2% bigger than the old 42mm’s display. The 44mm display is 32% bigger than the screen on the 42mm model it replaces. She also did the math for pixel density, case dimensions, and more. Check out her comparisons so you’re ready when your new Apple Watch shows up on Friday.
Above Avalon always has great pieces when it comes to Apple analysis. Its latest piece is about connecting the dots to scry Apple’s future.
Apple is already working with Health Canada to bring the Apple Watch Series 4 ECG feature to the country.
So you’re getting a new iPhone soon. And maybe a new Apple Watch as well. Getting your devices properly set up can be confusing, so John has put together a new iPhone and new Apple Watch set up guide to make sure everything goes smoothly.
The Apple Watch Series 4 appears to have tapped into an emerging cultural theme. And it will accelerate. John explains the significance.
Dave Hamilton and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to explore the ECG feature in Apple Watch Series 4, plus they explain dual SIM and eSIM in iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
These days, it’s all about discovering the key features of Apple’s newest iPhones — and Apple Watches. And then decide. John looks some of the best and worst reporting out there.
Adam Christianson from the Maccast and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Apple Watch as a medical device, plus they talk about what they pre-ordered from the new iPhone and Apple Watch lineup.
As of this writing, many iPhone XS configurations can be delivered or picked up on September 21st, whereas most iPhone XS Max configurations are available as early as September 28th, and as late as October 12th. Apple Watch Series 4 slipped to the middle and end of October.
During Apple’s September 12 iPhone event, the company’s COO, Jeff Williams, said that “The Apple Watch has become the intelligent guardian of your health.” There is more to that statement than meets the eye.
John Martellaro and Kelly Guimont join Jeff Gamet to talk about Apple Watch as our intelligent guardian, plus they share their thoughts on iPhone XR and what announcements Apple may have later this year.
Apple Watch Series 4 pre-orders start on Friday, September 14th, and deliveries start on September 21st, except for the Nike+ model which delivers on October 5th.
The new Apple Watch Series 4 has lots of color, connectivity, and case material options. John shows you how to navigate Apple’s website to select just the Apple Watch you want.
Brian Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to share their reactions to Apple’s iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, and Apple Watch Series 4 product announcements.
The Apple Watch Series 4, besides being an improved model, is also the world’s first over the counter electrocardiogram.
Apple introduced Apple Watch Series 4 on Wednesday with bigger displays and new watch faces with more detailed complications.