Today, Apple released developer previews of iOS 9.3 and watchOS 2.2 that include the ability to pair multiple Apple Watches to a single iPhone. For the new feature to work, all devices must run either iOS 9.3 or watchOS 2.2. Connecting more than one Apple Watch to a single iPhone will be incredibly useful for users who want to use different Watch models for different situations. For example, an Apple Watch Edition owner can exclusively wear the luxury device in scenarios that pose little damage to the device. In addition, a separate Apple Watch Sport can also be paired to the user’s iPhone for use during more strenuous activities. The iPhone will detect which Watch is being worn and automatically connect the active Watch.
Expect the public release of iOS 9.3 and watchOS 2.2 to arrive in several weeks.
The new Apple iPhone Lightning Dock is available in four finishes specifically matched to the iPhone. While Apple also offers a plastic lightning dock, this version features an aluminum construction.
Here is an unboxing of the all new iPhone 6s in Gold. The iPhone 6s features the same design as last year’s iPhone 6, but adds new features such as 3D Touch and a new camera system.
Apple’s iPhone 6 sales are set to dramatically increase once the Apple Watch launches. The Apple Watch requires an iPhone 5 or newer to function, so all users with older iPhones will need to upgrade to a newer model. Additionally, expect many Android users to switch to iPhone for an Apple Watch. No Android compatible smart watches match the capability and intuitiveness of the Apple Watch, so Android users will flock to the iPhone in order to take advantage of the Watch. Also, Apple’s new in-store trade in program allows people to trade ANY mobile phone for money towards the purchase of a new iPhone. These requirements and programs, as well as Apple’s increased brand exposure due to Watch, will cause an upsurge in Apple iPhone 6 sales.