This is part one of a two-part article.
Part two will be here in the near future.
Part one is here.
In the meantime, check out Nick Stettenberg’s new book, “The Apple Watch: The Future of Personal Computing.”
It’s a fascinating look at Apple’s foray into the wearable market.
Stettenburg writes that the “Apple Watch is not merely a wearable device, it is a personal computing platform, a platform that’s designed to enable people to have a meaningful, personal, personal-centered relationship with their digital life.”
It also offers “a powerful, revolutionary, transformative platform for personalizing and personalizing communication with others.”
The book covers everything from Apple’s products to how Apple’s hardware works.
It also touches on the company’s strategy to launch more affordable, wearable computers and the impact that will have on the way we communicate, work, and play.
In part two, we’ll look at the company in its many facets, including Apple’s relationship with Samsung and how the two companies’ smartwatch hardware will impact the future of personal computing.
WatchOS 3 is coming soon WatchOS 4 will be released on June 28, 2018.
Apple’s Watch is expected to hit the market this year, and Apple Watch will likely make up the bulk of the devices that people use.
Apple Watch and its watchOS 3 watch face are designed to help people live a more personal, connected life.
But the watchOS 4 watch face and apps are also designed to provide a richer experience for people who use a wide range of smartwatches, and this feature set should make it easier for more people to get involved with Apple’s smartwatch and to see their personal data on the watch itself.
The company is also working on new hardware and software that will help people who wear watches to communicate and be more productive.
In addition to the watch, the company is developing software to allow people to send texts, video messages, and music to each other.
The WatchOS software has a lot of new features that will make it a much more useful device.
The watchOS apps will let you control and control your Apple Watch from your phone or tablet.
The Apple Watch software will let people control and change the Apple Watch in a variety of ways.
And there are apps that will let them send text messages, make calls, and use apps.
There will be a lot more to see at WWDC 2018, which kicks off in San Francisco on June 23.
But we can already expect a lot to change in the coming months.