With the Apple Watch expected to be launched in April, a report published on Wednesday says that the tech titan has ordered as many as 6 million Apple Watch units from suppliers.
A number of Apple Watch developers are currently visiting Apple's campus in Cupertino at the request of the tech titan. Apple has invited these code jockeys to visit so it can help them finish off their apps.
Diabetics who are insulin dependent have to constantly monitor their blood glucose. That requires using a lancet to draw blood, a painful process as it requires pricking one's finger constantly.
Apple will begin shipping its smartwatch in April. Tim Cook, the Cupertino giant's CEO, confirmed the news during today's quarterly earnings call.
Today Apple has released the beta version of iOS 8.2 to the dev community. A further inspection of the next notable iOS release reveals integrated support for the upcoming Apple Watch.
Apple is on track to launch the Apple Watch by the end of March this year, and retail training is set to start next month, according to a new report.
An update to Apple's websites in Europe seems to indicate an earlier overseas launch for the Apple Watch than earlier expected.
A diamond laden $30,150 version of the Apple Watch includes the hardest and the second hardest materials on earth. There are eight rows of high-grade 15 carat diamonds on this luxury version.
Apple seems to be gearing up for the launch of the Apple Watch, which will, supposedly, be in time for the 14th of February, 2015, by hiring staff with a background in fashion and luxury.
A gas company Gazprom is running a promotion that will end up with one lucky winner receiving 10 tons of fuel.
The Apple Watch is expected to arrive on retail shelves in the beginning of next year in three distinct versions - a sporty, aluminum one, a stainless steel one for the average person, and a luxurious, premium 18-carat solid gold one made for the 1%.
With the WatchKit SDK now in the hands of developers, some new information about Apple's wearable device is coming out, including its display resolution, which was not previously disclosed by Apple.