Wondering what Apple has planned for the next version of its smartwatch? Here’s everything you want to know.
Saturday was Earth Day and Apple celebrated the event through the Apple Watch. Those who spent at least 30-minutes on Saturday by exercising, received a special achievement badge found in the Activity app. To qualify for the badge, users had to "run, walk, cycle, wheelchair or swim" for at least 30-minutes using the Apple smartwatch, or a third party app that sent the workout data to Health Kit. This continues a trend that saw Apple offer special achievement badges to Apple Watch users during Thanksgiving. Keep in mind that it is always good to exercise away all of that turkey consumed on ...
Apple has launched some initiatives to celebrate Earth Day. They include a short-video series which was made in collaboration with artist James Blagden, and a limited edition badge for Watch owners. Read more...
Apple takes the environment pretty seriously, and as part of its Earth Day initiatives, it's challenging you to go outside for 30 minutes. And if you do so with the Apple Watch, you'll unlock a series of new iMessage stickers.
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Apple announced a special Apple Watch badge for completing an outdoor workout on Earth Day. That’s April 22nd, 2017, and you’ll have to complete a 30 minute workout outdoors to collect it.
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While some people prefer to use smartwatches as nothing more than a simple gadget to view and interact with notifications on, there are others that much rather take full advantage of their wrist-mounted computer and use it to its full potential. The Apple Watch is still one of the most feature-rich wearables around, and if you're someone who tries to do as many things on your watch as possible as opposed to on your smartphone, you'll be pleased to hear that the latest update to the Overcast app is bringing support for downloading and listening to podcasts on the Apple Watch.
Earth Day sees Apple deck its stores with green leaves on its logo, colour-coordinated staff uniforms and more.