One problem it’s anticipating is the Watch’s Digital Crown getting stuck or not running smoothly due to trapped debris, like dust or lotions, between the crown and the Watch’s casing. Apple’s fix: hold your Apple Watch’s digital crown under your sink faucet.
Real-world tests indicate that the Apple Watch is fairly rugged. It can certainly stand up to use while running and sweating, and it also seems capable of withstanding trips into the shower. Apple appears to be under-promising and over-delivering, which is better than the reverse. As well, given that the company certainly wants to avoid their brand new product acquiring a reputation for flakiness, they’d be foolish not to swap any water-damaged devices which succumbed under reasonable usage.
RT if you just scrolled an Apple Watch notification with your nose because the other hand was busy— Virginia Roberts (@askvirginia) May 2, 2015
Just witnessed a guy wearing an Apple watch check his iphone for the time. Good work, everyone.— Molly McNearney (@mollymcnearney) May 2, 2015
All told, Code may or may not be for you, but it’s working out really nicely for me so far. I definitely suggest giving it a shot.
After 20 years of rolling in more and more tokens, every HTTP request Edge makes has to include more than 150 bytes of text to simply convey that it is in fact Edge - a fact that only contains perhaps two bytes of entropy.
The Apple store slated for Madison Avenue and 74th Street is still being built out, but the residents fear long lines of customers camping out, waiting for new products to hit the shelves. They talk about food carts with electronic signs, like the ones outside Apple’s flagship Fifth Avenue location, and almost certainly more delivery and garbage trucks traveling the already clogged streets.
Tesla has finally taken the wraps off Tesla Energy, its ambitious battery system that can work for homes, businesses, and even utilities.
Those of you correcting my show notes for The Talk Show this week: “Frisco” is now a legally correct shorthand for San Fran.— John Gruber (@gruber) May 2, 2015
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