Hands On with watchOS 2.2 Beta 2

Hands On with watchOS 2.2 Beta 2

Earlier this week, Apple released the second iteration of the minor update to watchOS, watchOS 2.2. watchOS 2.2 comes alongside tvOS 9.2, iOS 9.3, and Mac OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan. All of these updates are fairly major in comparison with the other minor updates that Apple has released since the major updates (iOS 9, watchOS 2, etc.). iOS 9.3 has a number of new features, such as Night Shift and TouchID support for Notes….

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Apple Seeds watchOS 2.2 Beta 2 to Developers

Apple Seeds watchOS 2.2 Beta 2 to Developers

Exactly two weeks ago, Apple launched a huge beta cycle. iOS 9.3 will have a plethora of new features, tvOS will have the ability to pair a Bluetooth keyboard, and watchOS 2.2 will be all about the ability to pair multiple watches with one iPhone. But wait, there’s more! The original watchOS 2.2 beta was all about the ability to pair multiple Apple Watches, but watchOS 2.2 beta 2 adds something more: a new Maps…

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Apple Releases watchOS 2.2 Beta to Developers

Apple Releases watchOS 2.2 Beta to Developers

Apple released betas today for iOS 9.3, Mac OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan, tvOS 9.2, and of course, watchOS 2.2. All of these new betas are packed with new features, so it’s pretty exciting when compared to the last beta cycle of Mac OS X 10.11.3 El Capitan and iOS 9.2.1, which both aren’t available to the public just yet. The main feature of watchOS 2.2 is the ability to pair more than one watch…

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Apple Releases watchOS 2.1

Apple Releases watchOS 2.1

Apple seems to still be pushing out more updates today, as they’ve just released watchOS 2.1. This came alongside iOS 9.2, tvOS 9.1, Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan, and Xcode 7.2. Note that watchOS 2.1 was the only one that we didn’t know for sure was coming, as there was no developer beta for the software. This isn’t entirely surprising, as when there was a developer beta for watchOS 2, users were upset at…

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iPhone 6S 3D Touch: Force Touch by Any Other Name

iPhone 6S 3D Touch: Force Touch by Any Other Name

The most renowned feature of the latest iPhone 6S is called 3D Touch. If you ask me, it’s not the most exciting feature of the iPhone 6S. I’m more excited about the new front camera, since that was pretty much the only thing wrong with the iPhone 6. 3D Touch is an entirely new user interface for the iPhone. It has a multitude of functions. Many have and will continue to compare 3D Touch to…

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Apple Finally Releases watchOS 2

Apple Finally Releases watchOS 2

The wait is finally over for Apple Watch users. watchOS 2 was supposed to launch alongside iOS 9 on September 16, but that’s not exactly how it went. Apple discovered a “critical bug” that delayed its release. You might also recall that watchOS 2 was the only Apple beta since WWDC that was not public. Anyone who wanted to could get their hands on iOS 9, Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, or Xcode 7….

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WatchOS 2 Beta 5 Walk Through

WatchOS 2 Beta 5 Walk Through

Yesterday, Apple released iOS 9 Beta 5, Xcode 7 Beta 5, and watchOS 2 Beta 5. Out of the four betas that Apple is offering, the only one that’s not available to the general public is watchOS 2. When Apple released Beta 4, there really weren’t any new features, whether we’re talking about iOS 9, watchOS 2, Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, or Xcode 7. This round is different. Check it out.

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Hands On with WatchOS 2 Beta 4

Hands On with WatchOS 2 Beta 4

On Tuesday this week, Apple released WatchOS 2 Beta 4. There wasn’t a whole lot that was new; however, there was a hell of a lot that got fixed. As we get closer to the public release of WatchOS 2, iOS 9, and Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, there are going to be more and more videos like this, where there isn’t a lot of new features but there are bug fixes to show….

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