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10 key issues on Apple's new devices

16 Sep 2014  | Thomas Claburn

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Until that happens, we should temper our expectations. There's still a lot to appreciate in Apple Watch, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Pay. The new iPhones address gaps in Apple's line-up and should be particularly compelling with iOS 8, which includes a number of sharing features that will make life easier for households with a lot of different Apple devices.

Here's a glimpse of what to expect as Apple turns to fashion to dress up its technology.


Who watches the watches?

Journalists, that's who. And frankly, we have no idea how the Apple Watch will fare when it finally ships. Some publications have already declared it a winner. Some note troubling issues that Apple will find hard to resolve. And Vox says time is an illusion.

Apple Watch features

Face time

Apple Watch will take time to evolve. It may become more compelling as more third-party apps begin to appear. While its functions get sorted out, its form looks sufficiently varied to make it work as a statement of personal aesthetics. Apple Watch offers 11 watch faces, 6 finishes, and 18 different watchband styles.

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