In today's Apple Daily, we get to see how the Apple Watch performs when it's worn while diving off an Olympic diving platform. In other news, we get a look at the first article ever written about Apple, and we find that Apple is extending its environmentally conscious initiatives in China.
They're baaaaaaack. Oh boy, do we have a roster of Mac Minis for you this week. And since they're so brand spanking new, we thought we'd only let the youngest of the Apple line onto the list, so it's all 2014 models up and newer, starting off with everyone's favorite little guy.
At last, after years of speculation that Apple was designing a smartwatch of its own, the device is at last here and on our wrists. And now that we can get a better look at the device, details previously undisclosed by Apple are starting to emerge. In today's Apple Daily, for instance, we learn that the Apple Watch is effectively waterproof, and that the highly anticipated wearable has an unactivated device installed for measuring your blood oxygen.
Occasionally, we like to take a break from featuring Macs on discount and turn our attention full on to the iOS devices that make our day-to-day lives easier, better, more connected (and more distracted). So this week's round up of the latest, greatest deals on Apple gear will feature all your favorite handhelds, so let's get tapping.
We're all over the map today, folks. There are news stories about Maps, about Apple TV, a fix for a security problem, and the NYPD is on the case. Tons more inside as we all move into our post-iOS 6 world.
Deals, get your red hot smoking Apple deals right here, right now. We've got Macbooks, we've got cases, we've got armbands, we've got a real mixed veggie platter, so get on board. Oh, yeah, and we have what the headline's talking about too.
If you’ve ever purposely left your camera behind knowing that your outdoor adventure is going to include water, then you’re familiar with that cold, empty feeling you get when you return home and realize that you’ve failed to document your trip. Sanyo’s new Xacti VPC-CA102 handily solves that problem—it’s a waterproof video cam fit to weather the storm.