Apple Watch Series 4 packs in a bigger display and new heart rate sensors, but is that enough to justify upgrading, or jumping in for the first time? Read on to see what TMO’s Jeff Gamet thinks of Apple’s latest smart watch.
Apple Watch Nike+ Series 4 is available for order now, and limited quantities are in some Apple retail store locations.
Flexibits has a new update out for Fantastical 2 on the iPhone that adds Apple Watch Series 4 Inforgraph complications. If you upgraded your Apple Watch to watchOS 5 Fantastical now supports the Siri watch face, and it works with Siri Shortcuts, too. Fantastical is an alternative to the Calendar app that uses Apple’s events database. It’s priced at US$2.99 for the iPhone, and the update is free for current customers.
A recent Apple filing in the Eurasian economic database lists six new Apple Watch models, helping confirm rumors saying Apple Watch Series 4 is coming this fall.
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about what they’d like—and expect—to see in Apple Watch Series 4, plus they have a PSA about a just announced Bluetooth security flaw.
Word on the street says a redesigned Apple Watch is coming this fall, leading to speculation on what it will include. Concept Creator made a video showing what the Series 4 model could look like. It’s pretty similar to the Apple Watch we already have, but with a larger display that sports rounded corners, and new complications (including step count). Check out the video and see what you think.