The dearth of Apple Watch meditation apps points to the ecosystem’s deeper problems.
Why not just pony up for the cellular model? In short, it costs too much! Let’s run down the real price.
Based on my few weeks of use, the Series 4 has noticeably worse battery life than its predecessor.
My mad preorder dance, the 2018 edition.
What hardware improvements can we hope for in the Series 4?
My sleep-tracking app is surprisingly accurate, and I enjoy peeking at the trend lines every once in a while. But I don’t actually do much with all that data.
I want the Watch to show up as a system-wide audio target any time it’s connected to the phone—just like standalone Bluetooth speakers and headphones do.
Users shouldn’t blame third-party for the Watch’s podcast unfriendliness. The real issue here? In the two-and-a-half years since the Watch first launched, why hasn’t Apple prioritized podcasts?
The “Breathe” animation has an annoying little hiccup. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it.
It’s not difficult to imagine the iPhone being “eaten alive,” its role absorbed by devices at either end of the size spectrum: the iPad on the large side, the Watch on the small.