Monthly Archives: October 2016
To be honest, why would we need a web browser on the Apple Watch. Maybe for convenience, maybe it will be cool but the screen is so small, it wouldn’t make sense. Believe it or not, a lot of people seem to want a browser on the Apple Watch. You can ask Siri for information and if you get a result from a web search the watch prompts you to view on iPhone. The Apple Watch have been around for a few years now and up to this point there is no extension that allows information to be displayed on the watch.
It’s not extensive however it is vital for the Apple Watch to function smoothly. Apple release watchOS 3.1 to get rid of some Bugs.
Here’s the full list of changes for watchOS 3.1:
- New option to replay bubble and full screen effects in Messages.
- Messages effect can play with Reduce Motion enabled.
- Fixes an issue that could pause the notification for Timer complete to be delivered twice. Resolves an issue that could prevent Apple Watch Series 2 from fully charging.
- Resoles an issue where Activity rings may disappear from the watch face.
- Fixes an issue that prevented Force Touch options from appearing in some-third party apps.
Maybe the Apple Watch just isn’t the one for you. That’s ok, there are plenty of options available on the market that is compatible with the iPhone. Ones that some might agree are a little bit better and offer more features than the Apple Watch. Below is a selection of some of the best alternatives to the Apple Watch:
We have come across a Kickstarter project for a new smart watch call the Dagadam. The watch promise to be of “high quality and to be the most intelligent smartwatch ever”. The company behind the watch claims that it will be water resistant up to 30 meters, fast wireless charging, five day battery life and will be compatible with iOS and Android but will run on it’s own OS system call Dagadam.
Not sure if you would have tested this yourself, I honestly doubt if much people have. But, how far away do you think you can be from your Macbook and still unlock it with your Apple Watch? The remote unlock feature is really useful and work well but will you want to be able to unlock the Mac from distance away? Cnet have put it to the test, check out the video:
Smаrt wаtсhеѕ are thе nеw іn thіng tоdау. Thеу do a lot mоrе than juѕt displaying thе tіmе. They саn hаvе dіffеrеnt аррlісаtіоnѕ аnd саn dо a number of uѕеful thіngѕ lіkе alert you when уоur phone rіngѕ. Evеn though thеу hаvе separate ореrаtіng systems аnd processors, smart wаtсhеѕ are mаіnlу mеаnt аѕ аn ассеѕѕоrу tо smart phones, lіkе thе Sаmѕung Gаlаxу Gеаr smart watch. Sаmѕung іndееd wаѕ оnе оf the fіrѕt соmраnіеѕ tо brіng thіѕ wеаrаblе еlесtrоnіс dеvісе іntо оur lіvеѕ, аnd оn our ѕkіn!
Courtesy of 9to5Mac we can now see just how faster the Apple Watch Series 2 is than the Series 1, but is it? I am not going to give it away, you will need to watch the video below to see if it will be worth spending $369 on the start price for the Apple Watch Series 2 or spending $269 for the Series 1. The Series 2 does have some more features than the Series 1 but if speed is your thing then check of the video below:
Nothing complements a suit quite like a high-quality watch. There’s just something about a timepiece that adds that final touch to a formal outfit. Fashionable and functional, a luxury watch is a universally accepted accessory, even for men who don’t wear jewelry, but still want to add a personal touch to their look. However, not all watches are ideal as a companion to your favorite suit, and choosing the right one can be a challenge. Here are five men’s watches that will add elegant flavor to your formal attire, listed in order from most affordable to most expensive.
If you’re like me you know how important it is to protect your precious gadget. My precious is the Apple Watch and as will as cleaning it everyday I also make sure that I have a case to protect it. There are some minimal and sturdy cases available on the market and I want to show you a few of them. Below are three cases to help you protect your Apple Watch. Check them out: