MacTrast reader Jordan Smith was lucky enough to receive his Apple Watch pre-order on Friday, and he has shared with us some Apple Watch unboxing photos, and his initial thoughts about his new device.
Apple on Sunday enabled a feature in the iTunes Store to allow users to contribute to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts following the Nepal earthquake.
While CNet’s Apple Watch Sport kitchen torture test is fun to “watch,” we prefer the iFixit teardown video…
Apple Watch apps aren’t the only thing flowing on the Internet today, as a recently discovered Google Maps “feature” proves the Android mascot doesn’t suffer from BPH.
In the flood of all of the Apple Watch apps, we at MacTrast felt that a very important need wasn’t being addressed, translating to and from Klingon. Thank Jobs for VerySoftware’s Polyglot Translator app for the Apple Watch.
Australian website FoneFox decided to test their new Apple Watch to see just how waterproof the device is. It fared surprisingly well.
While Apple’s own retail stores will sadly have no Apple Watches available for the general public today, various influential fashion boutique store will have them in limited numbers.
A trio of New Apple Watch ads have debuted. The ads are entitled “Us,” “Up,” and “Rise,” and showcase the use of the Watch in normal, everyday life.
Apple has published the official Apple Watch User Guide on its website, offering new users detailed information about their new wearable device.
Apple on Thursday updated their beta testing service TestFlight to offer support for WatchKit apps on the Apple Watch. The update also includes stability and performance enhancements.
Although the Apple Watch won’t be in user’s hot little hands, (and wrists), until Friday, Apple will reportedly flip the switch to make the Apple Watch App Store go live later today.
Apple on Thursday released an iMac Graphics Update to fix an issue that caused recent models of the computer to freeze up after viewing very large JPEG files.
Despite recent crackdowns against American tech companies, the European Commission would like to go on record as saying they are NOT specifically targeting U.S. firms.
Although Major League Baseball says it doesn’t have a problem with Meerkat and Periscope users streaming from the ballpark, The National Hockey League says it wants to keep such activities in check at its arenas.
Misfit, maker of popular fitness tracking wearables and smart home devices, has announced the release of Misfit Minute, an automated workout coaching app, available exclusively on the Apple Watch.
Apple will announce their earnings for the second fiscal quarter of 2015, (1st calendar quarter of 2015), on Monday, April 27, 2015, at 2:00PM PDT/5:00PM EDT