When I saw the Apple Watch Series 4 revealed at this month’s Apple Event I knew I was going to upgrade my Watch Series 3 even though it was only a couple months old. Apple seems to have found its groove with wearable products and is leaning into it. Apple unveiled its Watch Series 4 for in its latest event. The Cupertino-based company revamped the Apple Watch this year and spent some time thinking about the changes to it. It is apparent ... (Date:09/16/2018 16:29) Read full article >>

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