Well, Apple (finally) came through. Announced by the company as still sitting in the App Store review process, on November 6, the update which will enable full iOS notification support for Pebble smartwatch owners running iOS 7 (or later) — alongside activating Buetooth LE (“low energy”) notifications on those devices which support this feature – is now available for download on the App Store.
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Looking to test out that brand-new notification support the team at Pebble is set to bring to iOS, with the release of its ‘2.0’ iPhone app … before its official release? We’ve got the full guide, after the fold.
Pebble just wrapped up its developer-focused software presentation, during which the company announced that it will be providing full iOS notification support for all Pebble smartwatch users – with the public release of a new update to the official Pebble app that, the firm says, is currently sitting in the App Store approval process.
Pebble Technology Corp, the company behind the wildly-successful and bluetooth-enabled “Pebble” smartwatch designed for both iPhone and Android, has announced that it is planning to hold a special live media event on the morning of November 6.
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The day has finally arrived. Those who have been unable to test the software in its development period, over the last several months, will today get to download iOS 7 to their many iOS devices. Apple confirmed during its September 10 media event that the software would become available publicly sometime today, however, the firm has not yet confirmed a specific time at which the software upgrade will be pushed live to its iTunes servers.
Continuing its aggressive seeding schedule, and following the impromptu disruption the recent “hacking” of the Developer Center caused to this, Apple has this week seeded the fifth beta of iOS 7 to developers. The new update is said to contain some minor visual improvements to the OS’s main ‘Settings’ panel, alongside some tweaks and changes to Control Center. But, there is one other change ….
Publishing Update 43 to its official Kickstarter page, yesterday, the team behind the bluetooth-enabled Pebble smartwatch for both iOS and Android, announced that – (with the latest update to the official Pebble app) – the wrist device is now (finally) capable of receiving iOS email notifications.
In news which will probably arrive as music to the ears of those still waiting to get their hands on the product, Pebble Technology – (the company behind the e-paper and bluetooth-enabled “Pebble” smartwatch designed for both iOS and Android devices) – has announced this afternoon that the wrist device will soon be available to buy in stores across the United States.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, (otherwise known as Foxconn) – the chosen manufacturer for a number of the world’s most-major companies, including Apple, has this week unveiled a “smartwatch” which has the ability to connect to Apple’s iPhone.