Roundup: Apple Watch and watchOS in the news

Nike Apple Watch

There's been a surge of Apple Watch news ever since this year's WWDC. Fans of Apple's wearable have a long list of things to be excited about. The biggest news is the upcoming launch of watchOS 5. Not only will watchOS gain a bevy of new features, but the Series 4 hardware promises a complete redesign. Let's dive into the highlights.

5 top celebrity stickers: Justin Bieber and more


Stickers are little images or animations that you can use to decorate text in the Messages app. Some include little messages or just images that you can send alone as a standalone text. Celebrities have really embraced Stickers on iOS releasing packs that you can purchase or download for free. Here are 5 of the most popular celebrity sticker packs available on the App Store:

Apple announces full World Cup support across all services

Apple today announced that football fans will be able to keep updated on the 2018 World Cup across all their devices. Siri is ready to answer all World Cup questions including inquiries about Brazil, Russia, Denmark, Finland, Malaysia, Turkey, Thailand, Saudi Arabia and Israel. iPhone and iPad users will be able to ask their digital assitant questions like:

iOS App of the Week: The Creeps 2 and more

Cartoon Craft

It was a rough week for App of the Week. I could not find a standout app or game to award the prestigious honor of being called the best app of the week by I had intended to originally review Cartoon Craft, but there is a bug that will not let me finish the tutorial. This looked like it had potential to be a fun RTS/building title, but as of right now I cannot play the game.

Siri could play Spotify tracks in iOS 12


Apple is opening the door for third-party music streaming apps such as Spotify to use Siri. Users of services other than Apple Music, such as Spotify or Pandora have dreamed of controlling playback with Siri for years. This becomes one step closer to reality thanks to something called Play Media being introduced to developers with iOS 12.


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