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Video: Apple Watch review

If you’ve preordered an Apple Watch, you could be waiting until July to receive it. Fortunately, Cam Bunton from our sister site PhoneDog has been giving Apple’s latest product a try for awhile, and he has put his thoughts into a video for all to see. In the video, Cam runs both Apple Watch and Apple Watch Sport through their paces, and highlights some…

KGI: iPhone 6s to feature 12MP camera, 2GB RAM, rose gold color, more

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities today released a research note in which he revealed a number of features he believes are coming to Apple’s next generation iPhone. The upgraded camera of Apple’s ‘s’-generation iPhones is usually a main selling point and that’ll be no different in 2015 if Kuo’s information is correct. The iPhone 6s is said to…

Could Force Touch be more useful on iOS than we thought?

With the introduction of the Apple Watch back in September, Apple unveiled some new technology: Force Touch and the Taptic Engine. Both of these open up a new experience on the wearable device. As the screen is not multi-touch like Apple’s others devices, which makes sense given the small size, having a Force Touch option for secondary input can be…

The TiP Weekly: Beats and Bands

From the Editor We’re back with another instalment of The TiP Weekly! As we progress through May, eyes are beginning to shift towards Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June. Particularly interesting are Apple’s plans for music. A Beats Music-powered streaming service is on the horizon as well as a revamped iTunes Radio service, both…

Apple Watch is actually an accurate heart rate monitor

While Apple Watch is a brand new device, it isn’t the first wearable with various sensors. We’ve had wearables from companies like FitBit that can track our steps and workouts. Recently, FitBit has announced a new band that can measure heart rate. Apple Watch’s predominate sensor is a heart rate monitor on the backside. Some have wondered how accurate such…

Apple’s new music service to offer lengthy free trial period, song samples

Apple’s new music streaming service won’t offer a free tier like many competing services, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to try it out for free. According to a report by Re/code, the Beats Music-powered service will feature a “lengthy” free trial period as well as song samples. Although Apple is very much still in the deal-making phase for its…