Watch Notes by Flicktype is an Apple Watch notes app and it recently went on sale. It used to be US$2.99 and now it’s free, although for an unknown time. The app lets you compose and manage your notes directly on your Apple Watch. Notes are stored in your iCloud and sync between your Apple Watch and iPhone. You can change the note color by long-pressing on the plus button. The popular FlickType Keyboard is built into the app and doesn’t require a separate purchase.
Apple has been recording the virtual iPhone 12 keynote event. Details have been leaked.
On Monday Apple seeded the first watchOS 7 public beta to customers after having released the first macOS Big Sur public beta on Thursday.
Google announced on Monday that Google Maps is now compatible with CarPlay Dashboard and that the app is also on Apple Watch.
We’ve been expecting a new iMac with an Intel 10th generation CPU, Comet Lake. It wasn’t announced at WWDC, but reports suggest this new iMac seems imminent.
The Slo Mo Guys uploaded a video on YouTube today where you can watch the Apple Watch eject water in slow motion. It’s filmed at 1,000 frames per second as well as 2,000 frames per second using a Phantom Flex 4K camera. The Apple Watch is submerged in a bath tub and then shows an alert to use the device’s built-in water ejection feature. We see the Watch eject the water from the speaker, turning off and on again about 10 times to remove every drop of water that gets settled back in.
We have a deal on the Triple Dock, a handcrafted wooden charging station for your iPhone, Airpods, and Apple Watch. It features two Lightning connectors with 5-foot chords, and an Apple Watch charging disc. The back stand for your Lightning ports are adjustable to accomodate different devices, and the middle one was designed for AirPods. The company also has what it calls innovative micro-suction tape technology that allows one-handed operation. It’s $67.99 through our deal.
The next Apple Watch Activity Challenge takes place on June 21 to celebrate International Day of Yoga and earn a special badge.
Apple has a new webpage dedicated to the integration between the iPhone and Apple Watch, showing off features they offer for customers.
Apple has released summer iPhone cases and Apple Watch Sport bands: Vitamin C, Coastal Gray, Seafoam, and Linen Blue.
Apple Watch owners will be able to participate in an Activity Challenge on Friday, June 5 to celebrate World Environment Day.
If you’ve been waiting for an Apple Watch Series 3 sale, Amazon can hook you up with aluminum models for US$179.
John Martellaro and Dave Hamilton join host Kelly Guimont to imagine how Apple Watch could work with an Android phone as a companion instead.
Big tech companies are destined to suffer from unemployment, recession and fear, right? Yes, but maybe not so much as thought. Resilience is key.
We have a deal on an Apple Watch wireless charger keychain, a 950mAh Apple Watch charger that fits in your pocket. The charger is itself recharged via microUSB, and you turn it on with a long (3-second) press of its power button. There are 4 LED lights to indicate its current charge. And, it’s $19.999 through our deal.
The latest update to the Spotify app means that it will now work with Siri on an Apple Watch running watchOS 6.
The U.S. Trade Representative approved Apple’s request to exclude the Apple Watch from U.S. tariffs on imported Chinese goods.
John Martellaro joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss the Apple Watch features that tend to be forgotten when it’s considered a health tracker.
Today Logitech launched its new POWERED 3-in-1 dock to wirelessly charge your AirPods, Apple Watch, and iPhone simultaneously. There’s also a POWERED Stand and POWERED Pad, so you can find the option that works best for you. You can get the Dock for US$129.99, the Pad for US$39.99, and the Stand for US$59.99.
The Apple Watch is known for its ability to monitor health and fitness. And that has improved John’s life. But the standout feature for him has been the ability to answer phone calls received on his iPhone.