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The electronics giant's latest TV ad for its smartphone shows people using the device to track their fitness, even before HealthKit is available.
There's no Apple wearable yet, but after this year's WWDC keynote it feels like an inevitability. All the pieces are falling into place, and here's why.
No new hardware, but lots of apps and services make news on a day that underscored the evolutionary, not the revolutionary at Apple.
The forgotten little music player should be the gateway to Apple's wearable gadgets. Considering the messy world of smartwatches, It's not a bad idea at all.
If wearable tech's going to succeed, it can't feel this disconnected. We need a clear voice in the madness, and it's likely to come from Apple and Google.