Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Apple's new Watch hopes to witness the growing fitness of the wearables market

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 09 September 16

Emphasising the health benefits of its updated smartwatch could prove a shrewd move for the U.S. device maker.

Amid all the excitement about wireless earphones and a notable absence of 3.5 mm jack connections, Apple this week repositioned its smartwatch in a way that could make all the difference to its prospects in the wearables market. Unveiled late on Wednesday, the Apple Watch Series 2 is waterproof to a depth of 50 metres, making it a practical choice for swimmers, surfers and particularly sweaty joggers. Apple claims it can even detect what stroke a swimmer is using to accurately measure how many calories are being burned…

Amid all the excitement about wireless earphones and a notable absence of 3.5 mm jack connections, Apple this week repositioned its smartwatch in a way that could make all the difference to its prospects in the wearables market. Unveiled late on Wednesday, the Apple Watch Series 2 is waterproof to a depth of 50 metres, making it a practical choice for swimmers, surfers and particularly sweaty joggers. Apple claims it can even detect what stroke a swimmer is using to accurately measure how many calories are being burned…

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