Earlier today, the folks over at iFixit tore down the Apple Watch Sport revealing all its internals. The teardown has now revealed one very interesting aspect about the heart rate monitor used inside the smartwatch: it is capable of acting as a pulse oximeter.
It’s Apple Watch’s official launch day, and many fans around the world are expecting their new wearable to arrive today. To celebrate, Apple has rolled out three new Watch ads, which showcase the device’s ability to keep us connected, productive, and fit.
After months of rumors and speculations, I finally managed to get my hands on the Apple Watch.
Apple Watch teardown reveals 205mAh battery; gives us a look inside the Taptic Engine and Digital Crown
Apple annoyed a lot of people when it switched to the Lightning Cable for the iPhone 5 and its newer devices. Not only did everyone need to snag the new cable, but all devices that used the old 30-pin cable would need an adapter. And buying new things, means spending money.