Apple’s GymKit has landed for the first time in the North American continent in a gym located right in New York City, the Life Time Athletic at Sky. But the feature is heading to Equinox by next year. GymKit actually has already rolled out in two gyms in the United Kingdom, while in Australia, no less than five gyms already got the feature.
WatchOS 4.1, the newest version of Apple’s operating system for wearable devices, is expected to be rolled out before the start of November. Fans of the iPhone maker’s wearables have every right to be excited -- this latest update comes with loads of new enhancements, including the addition of music streaming over a cell network and Wi-Fi by way of Apple Music and iCloud Music libraries plus a new Radio streaming app (more on these later).
According to the results of Piper Jaffray’s latest survey on the consumer habits of teenagers, 82 percent of teens fully expect their next smartphone to be one made by Apple. Piper Jaffray’s survey also show that 78 percent of those attending high school already own an iPhone device. Moreover, despite the fact that there is only a minority of teen users that own smartwatch devices, those who do are likely to possess an Apple Watch, with 12 percent of the total number of teen smartwatch users owning an Apple Watch.
A number of reports are surfacing recently, stating that the Apple Watch Series 3, specifically the LTE compatible edition, is encountering issues related to connectivity. Because of this, Apple’s shares were reported to have dropped about 2.5 percent today. 2.5 percent may seem like a small percentage, but considering that the iPhone maker’s worth is valued at over $800 billion, that dip is equivalent to about $20 billion.
The preorder period for Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus devices, as well as its Apple Watch Series 3, has officially started. Not surprisingly, it appears that the demand is comfortably outpacing the supply. The iPhone 8 models and the latest version of Apple’s smartwatch are supposed to be made available next week, specifically on September 22nd, but as recently reported by CNET, the shipping schedule of specific editions of the iPhone 8 devices are now listed as one to two weeks.
Introducing the Apple Watch Series 3, which will likely be known to future generations as the first Apple Watch model to come with LTE connectivity. Technically speaking, this latest edition of Apple’s smartwatch offering is not only LTE ready but also happens to have support for Universal Mobile Telecommunications System wireless technology. The Apple Watch Series 3 will officially launch launch later this month to 15 countries across the globe, with prices starting at $399 for the cellular edition and then $329 for a unit with no cellular connectivity. Apple will start accepting preorders for the latest Apple Watch this coming Friday, September 15th.
For many, the arrival of September signals the start of the end of the summer season, and presumably the beginning of autumn. For mobile users across the globe, the onset of September really only means one thing -- Apple unveiling a new iPhone model (or more than one). This year, however, is sort of special.
It turns out the report published by the Wall Street Journal earlier this week was right -- Apple has now begun sending out invites for an event happening this coming September 12th. For the record, this upcoming affair will mark the first time that Apple will host an event in Apple Park, the tech giant’s the new spaceship headquarters located in the city of Cupertino in California.
According to a report recently published by the Wall Street Journal, Apple is said to be planning to officially announce three new iPhone models, as well as a new Apple Watch with LTE connectivity next month, specifically on September 12. The report also stated that the tech giant is looking to take full advantage of the Steve Jobs Theater located in its new campus. However, if construction is not completed in the next couple of weeks, the company may decide to hold the unveiling in another alternate location.
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