As we close out one week and kick off another, let’s take a moment to look back at the attention-grabbing headlines from the past seven days. Some of the news you may recall, some may be new to you, but all the topics below are worthy of a second mention. below are worthy of a mention.
Tim Cook said that Apple sees the wearable devices market as an area of “profound” interest, and the iWatch is reported to be Apple’s first product in this new category of devices. According to rumors and speculations, the iWatch will be a smartwatch with a focus on health and fitness, thanks to an array of on-board sensors. Read on to learn more about the iWatch.
Nike lays off employees from Fuelband team; sparks off speculations that it will stop making wearables
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Server logs from AppleInsider show that Apple internal testing of iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 remains steady, but is no longer growing as it was in late 2013. This likely means Apple is testing the OS on a select number of devices and has not expanded its internal testing beyond this select number of machines.