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  1. Apple’s third act: The wearables company

    We are entering the third age of Apple. A PC company first, and now very much the trillion-dollar iPhone company…

  2. Time is on Apple’s side

    Apple has sold 52.7 million watches and that is between $14 billion to $17 billion in revenues…

  3. The wild success of Apple Watch has created a luxury smartwatch boom

    The world’s most successful watchmaker is Apple, with 2017 revenues eclipsing Rolex…

  4. Apple is taking us through the looking glass with ARKit 2

    One day, Augmented Reality (AR) will live in our glasses or contact lenses, in the photons hacked on their way to our visual receptors, or embedded right into our brains…

  5. Apple is figuring out what’s next

    Apple used this year’s WWDC to demonstrate a number of areas in which it is playing offense…

  6. Hands-on with Apple Watch’s Walkie-Talkie feature in watchOS 5 beta 2

    After appearing as a placeholder in the initial iOS 12 developer beta, Walkie-Talkie is now functional…

  7. How ARKit 2 works, and why Apple is so focused on AR

    Augmented reality (AR) has played prominently in nearly all of Apple’s events since iOS 11 was introduced…

  8. The Apple AirPods might be the best product Apple has produced in years

    The moment I put the Apple AirPods in my ears, I feel like I’ve already dropped them in the toilet…

  9. Apple Watch adds tech to track Parkinson’s Disease

    The Apple Watch will soon be able to track tremors experienced by Parkinson’s Disease patients to help them manage their condition…

  10. AR for the blind is straight out of Star Trek

    Augmented reality could help the legally blind see…

  11. How Apple Watch’s new ‘Walkie-Talkie’ feature works

    My favorite new Apple Watch feature is one that turns the wearable into a (slightly higher tech) walkie-talkie…

  12. Whip yourself into shape by using this Apple Watch feature to compete against friends and family

    The Apple Watch is already one of my favorite tech products…

  13. Apple leads the way as wearable tech charge continues

    The wearable band market is booming, with shipments up 35% year on year from Q1 2017…

  14. Wearables market up 35% in first quarter as Apple maintains lead

    Wearable band shipments grew 35% year on year to 20.5 million units in Q1 2018…

  15. A growing group of users are finding their Apple Watches indispensable

    When the Apple Watch launched in 2015, it wasn’t exactly clear who…

  16. Gene Munster: Apple will release Apple Glasses late in 2021

    AR wearables a great fit for Apple…

  17. How AR and VR will revolutionize the classroom

    With our business and personal lives moving to the digital environment…

  18. Jony Ive reveals the origin of Apple Watch and why it’s cool to wear something on your wrist again

    Sir Jonathan Ive, Chief Design Officer of Apple, Inc., is sitting across from me at a seamless white oak table…

  19. Solos smart glasses’ head-up display lets runners, cyclists keep eyes on road

    It’s no secret that serious runners, cyclists, and triathletes try to keep close tabs…

  20. Apple Watch: 46 million sold, user base likely 40 to 43 million – Horace Deidu

    There’s no doubt who’s top dog in the global wearables market…

  21. Apple’s wearables business is now the size of a Fortune 300 company

    During Apple’s earnings call this afternoon, Tim Cook shared a pair of notable details…

  22. Apple will have an AR/VR headset for 2020 release, source says

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has nothing but praise for augmented reality…

  23. Apple patent application reveals work on eye-tracking technology for VR and AR headsets

    Apple has considered ways to detect the eye movements of the wearer of a head-mounted display…

  24. Intel to shut down smart glasses and fitness tracker group

    Intel has confirmed that it plans to shut down the New Devices Group (NDG), and cease development on…

  25. Why a curved-screen iPhone is a great idea

    Apple is working on – or at least considering – a curved screen iPhone…

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