And after the first reviews of the iPhone XS and XS Max, now it’s up to Apple Watch Series 4. The first opinions on the new smartwatch are starting to arrive.
Yesterday, there were the first reviews signed Americana for the new iPhone XS and XS Max. Now it is up to Apple Watch Series 4, we bring you some
Let’s start with The New York Times which almost liked all of the new
Compared to its predecessors, the fourth generation Apple Watch has a slightly larger screen and is faster in activities such as loading the various apps installed. However, the evolution of the watch from a fitness tracker to a health monitoring device makes it very interesting in the
The display extends from one side to the other, leaving the app to occupy almost the entire clock face. This panel is so enlarged (combined with the fact that it has optimized frames) makes the appearance of the device better, including the use of content […]
The difference in speed compared to previous models is more evident when using Siri, Apple’s voice assistant. Simply raising the watch to my mouth, I could say a command like “Set an alarm in 8 hours” and the clock reacted without the slightest uncertainty.
Buzzfeed was less affected by the new Watch Series 4, but then Charlie Warzel (the reviewer) confessed that he is not “a devotee of Apple Watch” and prefers his Garmin watch, also thanks to the battery life of about 12
I can’t seem to shake the notion that the Watch is priming us for a new kind of ambient computing behavior, where all our hardware is barely noticeable but just kind of connects to us — through wireless headphones and little sensors and gyroscopes scattered in everything from hats to glasses to our clothing.
Let’s look at some of the video
In the meanwhile, some video reviews have also arrived, which are reported below. The Verge, CNBC, then again TechCrunch, arriving at the iJustine channel: