If you're still worried about how the Apple Watch will function once it's actually on your wrist but you want to be a day-one buyer, never fear: the development team who made the iOS app Pipes has made an online demo that shows how it works in practice. Elsewhere, adoption of iOS 8 continues to climb across all compatible devices, and the success of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is pushing up Apple's smartphone market share almost everywhere.
Apple appears to finally be shaking off the iOS 8 blues, judging from the rising rate of adoption detailed in our Wednesday Morning Report. We've also got news about Nautilus jumping on board the HealthKit bandwagon, along with a bunch of cool digital goodies coming up in two weeks courtesy of Verizon Wireless. You'll have to click to find out all the details!
By next year, Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 will celebrate its fourth anniversary — an eternity in software years, but it apparently will take that long for a new 2015 edition to arrive, and we've got a few details on what to expect in our Wednesday Morning Report, which also includes an Apple apology for iOS 8.0.1 and the continued adoption of iOS 8 in general. Click and consume!
iOS 7 was considerably different than the versions of Apple's mobile OS that came before it, and the days following the announcement were filled with complaints from adopters who wanted to revert to good ol' iOS 6. As it turns out, however, a new report from Mixpanel (via 9to5 Mac) suggests those iPhone users are in a small minority.