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Apple will unveil the iPhone 6 ( and possibly the much rumored iWatch ) on September 9. But, just like last year, and the year before, and the year before, and the year before… we get “previews” in form of “leaks” that pretty much eliminate all the excitement out of a major Apple announcement. Sure, we can’t confirm 100% that this ( the phone presented in the videos ) is the real iPhone 6, but it might just be.
Jump over the break to check out a series of brief videos showing the iPhone 6, Settings.app, Camera.app and the Health.app …
Yesterday, Apple unveiled iOS 8 on stage at WWDC2014. The new mobile operating system comes with a new health app, updated spotlight, new messages app features, interactive notifications, battery usage per app, panoramic camera feature for iPad and more.
Jump over the break to check out some of these new features in greater detail….
iOS 8 is coming. With a host of new features tipped, including alleged support for an iWatch, could Apple be set to reveal an OS perfectly tailored for the iPhone 6? There’s still a few days left until WWDC2014 where Apple should unveil iOS 8, so in the meantime jump over the break to check out this brand new iOS 8 concept…
This new iOS 8 Healthbook concept by Marco Andrea shows an an app designed to be your personal body diary that will sync to your iWatch automatically. The app will keep control of your health progress and your body stats and will be your personal trainer.
Jump over the break to check out the video…
We quickly shifting from iPhone 6 concepts to iOS 8, iWatch and the rumored Helthbook.app concepts. Yesterday we showed you an iWatch concept that will not only offer support of existing iOS apps and functions ( such as mail, messages, contact, Siri etc ) but it will also come with support for health apps ( i.e the rumored Helthbook app ) which allows users to track workouts, heart rates, glucose level, sleep pater, calories burn etc.
Today, a new concept shows the rumored Healthbook.app that Apple might include in iOS 8 and will probably work with the iWatch as a companion. The concept shows an app similar to Passbook, with a card-based UI where you can check heart rate, blood oxygen levels and other ‘vital functions’, and a profile page where you set your gender, age, height and weight – which we suppose it’s meant to give the ‘vital functions’ page a guideline for showing reports.
If the concept is at least 50% accurate, and our assumption that the Healthbook.app will be a companion for the iWatch holds water then, Helthbook will be an app just like Passbook or NewsStand, an app that most users will try to get rid of.
Jump over the break to check out the video…
ReFleX NutriCrystal is a Bluetooh enabled, glass-top kitchen scale to help you track calorie intake and reach your healthy eating goals. And with the ReFleX NutriPlus iOS, Android, or desktop application, all your personal data is saved and tracked so you can measure your progress.
Plus, unlike existing nutritional scales, the process of taking the measurements is fully automated, simply place your food on the scale and record the data using your mobile phone, tablet or computer, wirelessly.
The software also provides summary reports of your nutritional consumption and can compare the result to national standards or your friends’ data. Take your diet from digital to delightfully simple.
If you’re obsessed with your iOS device’s battery life, there’s a new Cydia app called BatteryLife which displays useful information about your device’s battery health including the current capacity and a temperature reading.
Apple released a few new ads for the Apple Watch Series 2 and iPad Pro. The iPad Pro ads continue to answer real question people have about the tablet on Twitter while the Apple Watch ad encourages users to “Live Bright”.
Jump over the break to check out the videos.
adidas has just announced “ALL DAY”, a new fitness app that offers daily ideas, techniques and inspiration from leading experts across the four key drivers of athletic performance: movement, nutrition, mindset and rest.