Logitech has expanded its Powered lineup with the new 3-in-1 dock as well as a standalone pad. Whether you need to just charge your iPhone or your phone, AirPods, and Apple Watch, Logitech has you covered.
The University of Alabama's Crimson Tide football program caused a bit of a stir in the collegiate sports world this week when it was revealed that the team is using Apple Watch to monitor player fitness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Just a few months ago, Apple was gearing up to climb onto the gigantic shoulders of its blockbuster iPhone 11 launch to deliver another massive annual upgrade to its Macs, iPads, audio devices, wearables, and the upcoming new iPhone 12. Then the world ground to a halt in an unprecedented way. Here's how Apple can make the most positive impact possible in this year of social distancing.
The Apple Watch is no longer being impacted by a tariff applied by the U.S. government on goods imported from China as part of its trade war, with the U.S. Trade Representative approving the exclusion of the wearable device from the financial measures.
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Apple Watch owners can now monitor their response to symptoms of infections like COVID-19 or the flu using nothing more than the wearable's heart rate monitor, thanks to a new feature introduced by heart health app Cardiogram.
We can't tell you precisely how many minutes the 2019 Novel Coronavirus can survive on your iPhone, Mac, keyboard or shipment from Amazon — but there are estimates that give good guidance on what you should do if you think your device has been exposed.
We round up all the iOS 14, macOS 10.16 and watchOS 7 leaks, discuss the spread and ramifications of the Coronavirus, plus Ming-Chi Kuo moves up the release of ARM Macs and new keyboards, on the AppleInsider podcast.