A new video from popular YouTube channel "The Slow Mo Guys" gets up close with Apple Watch's water lock feature, which plays a series of tones to expel liquid from the device chassis and away from its speaker.
An Apple stock analyst suggested today that Apple will sell 10 times the volume of Apple Watches that they do now, if they would just listen to him. However, Apple has already been doing what he wants them to do for some time.
Fresh early Black Friday markdowns have been issued at Amazon, with Apple Watch devices dropping to new record low prices thanks to discounts of up to $350 off. Meanwhile, Apple AirPods have received another price cut, knocking the earphones down to $139 while supplies last.
Apple on Friday launched a repair program to address a "very rare" screen cracking issue reported by owners of older aluminum Apple Watch models, with the company set to replace faulty displays free of charge.
Apple has evolved its remote control over time, with each iteration introducing physical improvements and better features. After launching the second-generation Siri Remote, has Apple created its best controller?
The iMac has undergone some major changes in 2021, with a refreshed appearance and the addition of Apple Silicon, but how much of an upgrade is it from the previous generation? We look at the specifications.
Apple has launched a new pair of iPad Pro models, but is it worth making the upgrade from the 2020 or 2018 models to the latest refresh? AppleInsider breaks down what's new in the 2021 iPad Pro update.
In another big week for Apple, the App Store is coming under extreme scrutiny in court, while at the same time AirTag is receiving more attention now it's in user hands, and the smaller notch of the "iPhone 13" reappears.
If four product announcements during the "Spring Loaded" event weren't enough, the week also saw Apple manufacturer Quanta's data held for ransom, Apple's appearance in front of the feds regarding anti-trust allegations, and more!
Brydge is taking the wraps off its latest iPad keyboard just in time for Apple's new iPad Pros. The Brydge 12.9 Max+ features a redesigned hinge, rear protection, and a truly massive multi-touch trackpad.
Steeper markdowns have been issued on Apple hardware, delivering the lowest prices anywhere on Apple's Mac mini, current MacBook Air, iMac 5K, HomePod, Series 3 and Series 4 Apple Watches and more leading up to Prime Day 2019.
Fresh price drops are in effect now on Apple devices, with some fan favorite deals also extended into May. Pick up an Apple Watch Series 3 device for as low as $199 while supplies last, or save $70 with a free gift on Series 4 models. Meanwhile, upgraded Mac mini and iMac 5K systems are hundreds off with some of the lowest prices ever.
After initially selling out, Walmart has the 38mm Apple Watch Series 3 back in stock for $199. That's an $80 discount on the GPS model, and the lowest price we've seen to date. High-end Apple Watch styles are also up to $450 off, while 2018 MacBook Airs just received a $200 price drop (and 15-inch MacBook Pros are $400 off) at Amazon.
B&H Photo has slashed prices on 12.9-inch iPad Pros by $300 to $480, bringing the top-of-the-line cellular model down to $799. Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 4 devices are also discounted heavily with cash savings of up to $450 off, beating Black Friday markdowns in many instances. Meanwhile, Apple's top-of-the-line 2017 MacBook Air is $450 off as well.
Price drops on Apple products continue heading into the weekend with iPads and Apple Watches getting the latest round of discounts. Pick up a 2018 iPad or iPad Pro at up to $100 off, or grab an Apple Watch Series 3 for $199.
Better than Black Friday! B&H is slashing prices on Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 4 devices with cash discounts of up to $400 off, beating Black Friday markdowns in many instances. Along with the aggressive blowout prices, many GPS + Cellular and Nike+ models also come with a free gift, such as a free band or screen protector valued at up to $40. Grab these deals while you can, as supplies are limited.
The Apple Watch is gorgeous, but you're not alone in being confused about how to play music on it. Apple has made it all inconsistent, contradictory and impossible to know at a glance where your music is coming from. AppleInsider has complaints — and a wish list of solutions.
You have to stream music from the Apple Watch to something in order to hear it at all, but Apple makes your choices confusing with mislabeled options and screens that do different things depending on you get to them. Here's how to listen to non-Apple Music choices like Spotify and play them through speakers.
Apple could make it less of a chore, but in just a few steps you can download playlists and albums directly to your Apple Watch. AppleInsider demonstrates how to keep your favorites on your wrist and leave your iPhone behind.
You can now listen to music and podcasts directly from your Apple Watch but it how Apple forces you to do it is going to make you scratch your head. Even the Apple Watch Series 4 speaker won't play audio, and knowing what music is actually on the Watch and what needs an internet connection can be perplexing. AppleInsider helps you sort it out.
Home automation with HomeKit is great for the homeowner, but not as good for guests or visitors. Here's how to give a house guest control of all your HomeKit devices — and how to lock them out again when they leave.
Apple's AirTag is the company's simplest, and smallest product since it started including stickers with devices. If it didn't require accessories, it would be nearly perfect — though there are also issues to be aware of.