The Apple Watch is Here! Or Maybe it Was Here the Whole time?

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The Apple Watch is Here! Or Maybe it Was Here the Whole time?
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Apple's press conference today announced the iPhone 6 (spoilers: It has a curved bezel and more powerful technology and a better camera), the iPhone 6 Plus (spoilers: It's the same as what we just said but with the formfactor of a larger Android phone) and the Apple Watch. Details about the watch are relatively slim. We know it will interact with other Apple devices, have apps, use vibration to alert you of notifications and do nifty things like "tug" you in the direction of a pre-planned route you've mapped out.

But really, we know the killer app is just taping your existing phone to your arm.

Hoax of the Day: 4chan Tricked Some iPhone Users into Thinking iOS7 Makes It Waterproof

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Hoax of the Day: 4chan Tricked Some iPhone Users into Thinking iOS7 Makes It Waterproof
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Add this to the list of reasons why you should never believe anything you read on the Internets. In a carefully planned scheme to sabotage many early iOS7 adopters, a group of pranksters on 4chan decided to get creative with a series of fake (yet convincing) Apple-esque ads claiming that the latest OS software update will make iPhones waterproof (which is false, of course) along with a fake Facebook post from Apple CEO Tim Cook. It's not something that everyone would fall for, but apparently a few people on Twitter have accidentally destroyed their phones while testing its waterproof feature.

Hype Train of the Day: Waiting Outside for the iPhone 5S

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In the early hours of last Friday morning, filmmaker Casey Neistat interviewed people waiting in line outside of several New York City Apple stores to pick up the latest iPhone 5S, including one group who had supposedly camped out for fifteen days.

Parody News of the Day: Apple's Solution to iOS6 Map Glitches

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The latest news from the folks over at The Onion: Apple is working hard to move streets, buildings, and natural features of the Earth itself to be consistent with their heavily criticized Maps software.