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Innovating Apple Watch: Good news for developers, and maybe users

While the presenters for watchOS may not be that exciting, the improvements are significant. From the useful (a 911 feature that works around the world, easier access to your fitness monitor) to the superfluous (scrolling through different watch faces) the new stuff seems very cool.  The proof, of course, will come from people actually using … Continue reading “Innovating Apple Watch: Good news for developers, and maybe users”

While the presenters for watchOS may not be that exciting, the improvements are significant. From the useful (a 911 feature that works around the world, easier access to your fitness monitor) to the superfluous (scrolling through different watch faces) the new stuff seems very cool. 

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The proof, of course, will come from people actually using the things. But these developments make clear that Apple is innovating hard on the Watch. It’s very promising.

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Rick Tetzeli is Editor At Large of Fast Company, which he joined in June 2010. Prior to that he ran and conceived Time Inc’s Assignment Detroit, in which Time, Fortune, Sports Illustrated, Money, CNNMoney.com, Essence and other Time Inc properties all combined to cover the troubled city and region intensely for a year

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