If you've been patiently waiting for Apple to refresh some of its aging hardware, you might not have to wait much longer before being able to put down some serious cash in exchange for some shiny new hardware. Must read: Don't buy these Apple products (July 2018 edition) According to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, and as reported by 9to5Mac, Apple has some a big hardware refresh on the way spanning many devices coming by the end of this year. Is Apple preparing to release updated iPhones, iPad Pros, Macs, Apple Watches, and AirPods? Here's a rundown of what Kuo says is incoming on the hardware front: Will all this hardware be unveiled at the same time as the new iPhone - which will probably be in September - or will Apple spread them out over multiple events in the run up to the holidays?
The 300-and-up Apple Watch appears to be the first fitness device to offer extensive wheelchair capabilities. GPS wristwatches can measure distance and speed fairly accurately, but calorie measurements assume moving the entire body, said Dawna Callahan, a four-time wheelchair finisher in the Boston Marathon and director of programs at Challenged Athletes. In addition, GPS devices aren't good for all-day tracking because of battery constraints.
Online publication Tom's Guide has just named the biggest game changers in the tech industry this year. Among the devices that were recognized for being ingenious, Apple's iPhone X was hailed as the most innovative tech of 2017. On Wednesday, Tom's Guide revealed the winners of its 2017 Innovation Awards. The publication awarded certain devices for specific categories. For Design, the outlet recognized Samsung's innovation in the striking appearance of the Galaxy S8.