The muffler that muffled the message.
Tracking your health is just the beginning.
It measures running, standing, working out.
It’ll be available in “early 2015.”
And ReadWrite is here to make sense of it.
More than new iPhones and an iWatch.
Grab your new iPhone with both hands.
The iPhone 5 and iPad 2 still dominate.
We’re gonna need a bigger boat.
Now it has to be really, really good.
But it may be less filling.
Expect a new iPhone, maybe an iWatch.
Fitness apps will benefit.
Watch out, Moto 360.
It’s all about the art of making new mechanisms small, delicate … and perfect.
October looks like a good month for wearables from Cupertino, two news organizations report.
No smartwatch? No problem.
No iWatch, no Macs, no Apple TV, no new Maps. Even the iBeacon got no chance to shine.
Apple sells millions of tiny speakers—now it’s time to smarten them up.
Everyone’s waiting to see what Apple has in store for its iWatch. The Pebble Steel could offer a few hints.