1. Apple Watch review: It has improved with new software
Apple Watch’s new software brings useful enhancements, though it’s not the same as getting a new watch. That same watch can now do more. For the first time, non-Apple apps are able to display video and use the watch’s sensors and controls. In addition, the watch now works with Wi-Fi, extending how far you can go without a phone with you. These enhancements address many of my initial frustrations with the watch. But the hardware itself isn’t changing, apart for some new color and band choices. Promised battery life remains at 18 hours, something Apple will need to address in upcoming generations given that rival smartwatches are promising more. For now, you might need to buy a spare charger to give the watch a power boost while you’re sitting at work. Even 15 minutes will help. The watchOS 2 update for Apple Watch arrived Monday, delayed by nearly a week as Apple fixed an unspecified bug.
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