WWDC 2009 – Apps Wall When Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone on January 9, 2007 at Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco, no one was expecting the revolutionary effect it would have on most of our lives. Most important component of the Apple led smartphone revolution is undoubtedly the App Store that was introduced in parallel to the iPhone 3G, the second generation iPhone. When it was opened on July 10 2008, exactly 10 years ago today, it started […]
heart/work iOS app generates original interactive artworks based on unique health information and real time workout data collected on the Apple Watch. Bridging the gap between wellbeing and health data, heart/work creates a new type of data visualisation. It uses meditative breathing exercises, real time heartbeat data and environmental information. The app was developed by a group of students during one of the many challenges at the Apple Developer Academy in Napoli, Italy. It is available for free on the Apple […]
Back in November 2016 I wrote about my decision to work with an 9,7″ iPad Pro exclusively. I stopped using any other computer, sold all my Mac equipment and only kept the accompanying Apple Watch and iPhone. I opted for a Logitech CREATE keyboard and the Apple Pencil and hoped that this step might change my entire tech outfit. I kept using this setup for about 9 months and was quite satisfied with the iPad Pro’s performance even under advanced […]
When Tim Cook introduced the Apple Watch, I was very excited and enthusiastic, as any good Apple fanboy should have been. This blind enthusiasm and the desperate need for something new to change the world was not impaired by the watch’s price tag in any way. Since we all know that Apple is working on becoming a luxury brand, everything seemed pretty reasonable for a paradigm shifting, game changing new device that would redefine time itself. For some reason, I opted for a […]
Image Source: Apple Music Membership – Apple.com Apple has indeed changed very much over the years. I don’t want to talk about what happened in the 80ies or 90ies or how Steve Jobs saved the company. I also don’t want to talk about the iPod or the even bigger iPhone and iPad era. Neither do I want to point out how Apple might be changing since Steve Jobs passed away. That has been said and discussed abundantly. Recently I started thinking […]
Starting today, the Apple Watch can be preordered online and is available for try-on-sessions in local retail stores with an appointment. Appointments can be made on online or via the Apple Store iOS App since 9:01 AM this morning (April 10 2015). Apparently things are not as bad as expected, since I got a slot at 11 AM and the store was far from crowded. Looks like the demand is not that crazy after all. I really like the way they chose […]
“Pipes on Apple Watch allows you to check in on your favourite Pipes with ‘Pipeline’ or see what’s happening around you with ‘What’s Hot’. See what’s trending from across the Globe with Pipes’ latest feature ‘What’s Hot’. Get worldwide as well as localized trends & stay up to speed with all the latest happenings. Pipeline picks the best stories from the Pipes on your iOS device curating the best feed for you to read. You can choose what Pipes you wish to see on you Pipeline.”
Source: Apple Watch by Pipes News
If you are interested in some of the features of the upcoming Apple Watch, take a look at this demo by Pipes News. They show off push notifications, glances, some system apps and let you try the Digital Crown… Also, they let you upload your logo, so you can see what your brand or app will look like on the Apple Watch.
Just a few days before the upcoming Apple Event on March 9 2015, there is a way to try out all available options of the Apple smartwatch. Try it out.
Mix Your Watch! See and find out any match switching any case (aluminium, steel, gold) with any band (fluoroelastomer, leather, steel)