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CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA Apple today introduced Apple Watch Series 8 and the new Apple Watch SE, which bring groundbreaking technology and performance, and important safety innovations to the two best-selling smartwatches. Apple Watch Series 8 features the beloved design of Apple Watch, including a large, Always-On Retina display and a strong crack-resistant front crystal. With all-day 18-hour battery life, Apple Watch Series 8 builds on best-in-class health and safety features like the ECG app and fall detection by introducing temperature-sensing capabilities, retrospective ovulation estimates, Crash Detection, and international roaming. The new Apple Watch SE delivers the core Apple Watch experience, including Activity tracking, high and low heart rate notifications, and Emergency SOS, as well as the new Crash Detection feature and a completely redesigned back case that perfectly matches the three classic case finishes, all at a more affordable price of $249 (US). Both models are powered by watchOS 9, introducing new and more customizable watch faces like Lunar and Metropolitan, an enhanced Workout app, sleep stages, a first-of-its-kind AFib History feature, and an all-new Medications app.




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Apple Watch Hermès introduces two new bands: H Diagonal, which creates a sporty pattern of the Hermès H with hundreds of microperforations, and Gourmette Metal, which features a polished stainless steel chain and noir leather wrapping twice around the wrist. A whimsical new Hermès watch face called Lucky Horse beautifully complements the new bands and celebrates the equestrian roots of the house with an animated horse that sleeps when the wrist is down and comes alive when it is raised.


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I didn't jump on the 2013 trash can bandwagon. Back then, I knew full well it was going to be too expensive and painful to upgrade. Having seen and tested the 2017 iMac Pro, I'm still choosing not to jump on that one. Again, same reasons. My 12 core 2012 mac pro has now been relegated to answer emails and watch youtube videos. Why? Because I've built a PC workstation far more powerful and price competitive than what Apple is offering. So far, I can't see any proof they are listening to pro users. And if they are, the price will be so prohibitive that I'll have to make the same choice all over again: build my own PC.


Yeah, RISC vs CISC the old story is not dead, there are companies playing with the CISC to RISC move again.One advantage would be to run smartphone apps in desktops/laptops that also do traditional computing.


Early on in computing, Apple was THE computer for graphics and design professionals. It is now painfully apparent that Apple has abandoned the professional and turned to selling iPhones and iTunes music to gum-chewing dweebs with tattoos.


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NEXT year is when the new pro machine is promised, a full 10 years from the quote above. a decade will have passed as the damage to the apple pro experence is complete , i seriously doubt apple will reverse their trend , in fact i predict an insane amount of oddness as intel chips are abandoned and it becomes a sea of cheap tablet grade processors ... imagine the amount of solder they will use on the mainboard ...an apple computer will come with its own superfund cleanup site certificate


People here complain that Apple doesn't address pros' needs while Apple tells us of their wonderful plans for their next great "Pro" desktop computer. I think that the problem there that we are not talking of the same "pros."


Apple is going to keep producing laptops because this is what "pros" they care about use. You want a warning sign that Apple is giving up the laptop/desktop business? When Apple announce they are releasing "Xcode for Windows" is the day you know mac OS and Macs are EoL-ed.


I agree, mostly. Building a desktop hackintosh is certainly worthwhile, but it's much more difficult to tame a PC laptop. I depend on my MacBook Pro and don't see a likely replacement from any other maker, including Apple's current offerings.


People have been proclaiming the end of the desktop PC's since laptops, the end of laptops since the tablets etc... If you don't need real processing power and your computing experience is restricted to FB/YT and phone pics then no, you wont need a PC and I'm guessing you're ok with a 5" screen 8" from your nose.


A full blown PC with a big screen is a proper tool for a huge part of the planet. Will desktop cases shrink, sure as tech progresses but large computer screen can never be replaced with tiny phones or tablets.


People just are not upgrading their desktops anywhere near as often anymore. Even the gamers are playing on smart phones and consoles. Youtubers shooting and editing on smart phones and iPads are everywhere. The desktop is dying and the heavy hitters will be on massive powerful expensive work stations.


All anybody wants is a tolerably attractive box with current desktop-class components, current ports, and modest expansion options for special uses or the unpredictable future. Instead Apple, a company with more development resources than the rest put together, is taking literally years to come up with a new desktop PC.


It obvious what Apple should do - run a range of pro machines in parallel to their lifestyle products - fat laptops with matt screens and every connector under the sun, and desktop machines that have ports on the front and are expandable - resurrect the old aluminium G5 case - nothing wrong with it - and make a slightly smaller one for on the desk. Bundle it with a topre keyboard, instead of a stylophone.


This isn't a co-develop. This is using apple's internal chip team that has been extremely successful with mobile and scaling it to desktop/laptop. So Apple will be developing and using its own processors across all its products.


It's a legitimate comment for people who have been waiting for another Mac Pro. I too need to make a decision on my next powerful desktop. I don't see where you get the interpretation that people saying how happy they are with an alternative means they are trying to justify their purchase. This is a judgement on motives that is speculation and just plain pessimistic and critical. Perhaps he's sharing his purchase decision because he's happy and wants to encourage others that they too can make a similar decision and also be happy.


@mrkalntms The iMac Pro is a workstation machine that costs $5000 starting. It's for specific customers. If you expect it to sell fast like a piece of junk Windows 10 Dell machine then you're being delusional. The iMac Pro has gotten a lot of great reviews, and on MacRumors there are great deal of happy owners. It hasn't been out long enough for Apple to "brag" about the sales of it. Good thing DPR is a photography site first, and not a place full of Apple haters to dump on like this section is.


Chris and Jordan are enjoying some well deserved time off this week, so we're taking a trip in the wayback machine to revisit the launch of Canon's original full-frame mirrorless camera, the EOS R. Give it a watch to see how far Canon's mirrorless line has come.


The a7R V is the fifth iteration of Sony's high-end, high-res full-frame mirrorless camera. The new 60MP Mark IV, gains advanced AF, focus stacking and a new rear screen arrangement. We think it excels at stills.


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