Apple is building an iWatch that will help you keep up with notifications, track your activity/sleep, and might even tell you about sun overexposure. There are simply too many juicy but unconfirmed iWatch rumors going around. The latest rumor suggests that the iWatch will be launched by September. We don’t know what the device will look like, but Apple could release multiple versions for men and women.
Apple is expected to update iOS 8 to make it fully compatible with the iWatch. With suppliers starting to deliver FCPB samples to Apple for validation, it is only a matter of time before the project gets fully rolling. The rumored timeline does make sense, but things could always change.
Speaking of iOS, we all would love our phones and tablets to run for a longer time on a full battery charge. You can’t do that if you are making common mistakes that drain your phone battery. A Genius Bar veteran has put together a guide that provides you with tips on how to solve iOS battery drain.
The guide shows you how to test your iOS battery drain, disable app refresh, and avoid closing your apps the wrong way. If your phone runs out of battery faster than it should, you should give some of these tips a look.[Image: Amazon]
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