Native Union today announced the release of its newest product, the Drop XL Watch Edition. It’s a wireless charging pad for your Apple Watch, iPhone, and AirPods, and they can all be charged at the same time. The charging puck for the Apple Watch is detachable, so you can free up the device for an additional USB-A port if needed. The design looks a lot like Apple’s failed AirPower product, and it’s covered in a slate-colored fabric. It comes with AC Power Adapter and a 6.5ft / 2m USB-C to USB-A braided cable. You can order one today for US$149.99.
There’s an easy way to let Apple steal an entire industry from you. Fool yourself into complacency.
The Apple Watch outsold the entire Swiss watch industry in 2019, thanks to a 13 percent increase in the number of units shipped worldwide.
Apple Watch users: Celebrate Heart Month with the February 2020 Activity Challenge to get special iMessage stickers and an activity badge.
It’s no secret Dr. Mac is an Apple Watch fanboy, so it’s no surprise that this week’s Rants & Raves column is a love letter to the latest iteration.
Today Apple announced a new initiative called ‘Apple Watch Connected’. Gyms can join by offering perks for Apple Watch users.
We have a deal on a Portable Keychain Apple Watch Charger. This charger is small enough for your keyring, and plugs into a USB port to get the power for charging your Apple Watch. It’s $16.99 through our deal.
Last year at CES 2019 AURA announced an Apple Watch smart strap that could measure body composition, and it ships in April.
Charlotte Henry and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to look back at the previous decade of Apple news and notable events.
Cardiologist Joseph Wiesel from New York University is suing Apple, claiming the company used his patented heartbeat-monitoring technology.
Ever have an iOS device that won’t stay connected to your Mac? How about needing to connect your Thunderbolt 2 devices to your new Thunderbolt 3-equipped Mac? What about proving your location in the past? Or looking up phone numbers?
These are just a few of the questions John and Dave tackle this week. Of course, Cool Stuff Found and Quick Tips are healthily represented as we drive towards the end of 2019. Just make sure to avoid RISCy behavior. Or don’t, and be like Chuck Peddle!
Time has picked three Apple devices in its list of the 10 Best Gadgets of the 2010s. The devices are the iPad, Apple Watch, and AirPods.
New Zealanders can finally use cellular Apple Watch models thanks to carrier Spark that now supports eSIM.
Apple has partnered with Orangetheory Fitness, which created a device called OTbeat Link that clips on an Apple Watch band.
Apple listens to its pro Mac customers without getting overwhelmed. Just how does the company do that?
There were five takeaways from Apple’s Q4 2019 Earnings Call that struck John as notable.
2019 Veterans Day will feature the next Apple Watch activity challenge. The workout has to be 11 minutes or longer.
Alongside macOS 10.15.1 comes an update to the Apple Watch as watchOS 6.1. It supports AirPods Pro and brings watchOS 6 to older devices.
Apple has a pretty good system for reviewing the trustworthiness of submitted apps. But it breaks down too often.