Tesla owner Mark Schey has become the first man ever to summon his car with his Apple Watch and uploaded the event on YouTube.
Seventeen-year-old Paul Houle is lucky to be alive thanks to his Apple Watch.
The high school student from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, knew something was wrong when his Apple Watch said his resting heart beat was 145 beats per minutes.
The newly released Apple Watch is selling so fast that the company is struggling to produce enough to meet demand. While us peasants are patiently saving up to get the watch, there’s a Husky wearing not one, but two of them on his paws.
The dog belongs to Wang Sicong, the son of billionaire Wang Jianlin, who’s currently the richest man in China. Wang Jianlin has a net-worth of $24.2 billion and is China’s largest real estate developer and the world’s largest operator of movie theaters.
After months of hype, the Apple Watch was finally released this past Thursday all around the world. Prices range from $349 for the lowest version to $12,000 for the highest version, the Apple Watch Edition, which comes in a gold case.
The much-anticipated Apple Watch has finally been unveiled, and it’s not going to be cheap.
During a press conference on Monday, Apple revealed how much customers would be shelling out for each model.