With the Apple Watch and other major companies releasing health and fitness focused wearables, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has decided to take a “hands-off” approach to them.
Apple will not allow customers to try different bands on the Apple Watch during their try-on appointments
The Apple Watch is all set to be available for previews and try-on appointments at Apple Store from April 10. The buying experience of the watch will be significantly different from other Apple products, and customers will be guided by a specialist during their try-on appointments.
WhatsApp has kept us waiting a long time for voice calling, which was first confirmed at Mobile World Congress back in February 2014. But more than a year later, the company promises it will arrive within the coming weeks.
It is already known that Apple will be selling the Apple Watch in a slightly different manner compared to its other products, since a watch is a very personal item, and has been working on revamping its retail stores for this. However, up until now, it was unclear how the whole buying experience of the Apple Watch would work.
Last month, Pebble started a new campaign on Kickstarter for the Pebble Time with a goal to raise $500,000. Within 50 minutes of the campaign going live, Pebble managed to raise more than $1 million in funding, making it the fastest Kickstarter project ever to reach the figure.
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