Apple to reject Watch apps that simply tell time

Developer David Smith was reviewing the Watch App Review guidelines when he came across section 10.7, which reads: 

"Watch Apps whose primary function is telling time will be rejected"

It makes sense as Apple is probably concerned with user confusion, since "time" app would likely include a watch face. Still, I feel for developers who had been working on, say, a world clock app.

Apple highlights environmental efforts with new video

Apple highlights environmental efforts with new video

Apple has produced a video highlighting its recent and ongoing efforts to become a more environmentally-friendly company. The video shows a solar farm that's being built in China to power the company's corporate and retail locations throughout the country, as well as a water-powered data farm in Oregon.

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Tim Cook: ‘religious freedom’ laws are dangerous

Tim Cook: ‘religious freedom’ laws are dangerous

In an op-ed piece written for The Washington Post online, Apple CEO Tim Cook formally announced his opposition to "pro-discrimination religious freedom laws," such as Senate Bill 101, which you can read in its entirety here. The so-called "religious freedom" law passed in Indiana last week, which opponents say could give business owners the right to refuse service to gay customers. 

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Watch Apple's "Spring Forward" event live on Apple TV

Watch Apple's "Spring Forward" event live on Apple TV

Apple's "Spring Forward" Watch event will begin in just a few hours, and an "Apple Events" channel on Apple TV will let you stream it live.

The new channel, which Apple busts out to live stream select media events, will appear automatically on your Apple TV. If you aren't seeing, go to the device's settings screen and restart it. 

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