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Apple just revealed that there are more than 8,500 third-party apps available for the Apple Watch. Read on to find out which apps are the most used on the Apple Watch.
Xiaomi's ultra affordable wearable, the Mi Band, accounted for nearly a quarter of all wearables sold in Q1 this year. Now it looks like the Chinese company is planning to launch a sequel with added heart-rate monitor functionality.
Korean news site Naver reports that the Apple Watch 2 will sport a similar screen size, resolution and shape. In addition, Samsung will be joining LG in manufacturing flexible OLED displays for the Apple Watch 2.
Korean publication MKNews claims in a report that the second generation Apple Watch will be launched in 2016 and LG Display has been selected as the sole supplier for displays for the smart watch.
Sony’s new Smart B-Trainer is a complete training solution as the device has its own custom application to help you achieve optimal results.
Which company is the fastest growing player in the up and coming wearable market? According to market share figures released by IDC, one Chinese brand quickly claimed 24.6 percent of the total wearable device market, which is particularly impressive considering it only entered the market late in 2014.
At Computex 2015, ASUS also unveiled its new ZenWatch 2. Powered by Android Wear and coming in two sizes, the ZenWatch 2 will also be available in three different cases colors and can be customized with 18 different strap options.
Apple announced today that there are over 3,500 apps available for the Apple Watch. This is a rather impressive number considering that developers were only allowed to submit apps for approval from March 31st.
The Apple Watch Sport may not have the tough sapphire display of the premium Watch and Watch Edition counterparts, but it has strengthened Ion-X glass display. How durable is the Ion-X glass display? Click to find out more.