The company behind the most-successful Kickstarter campaign, ever, has this week released a major bug fix update for its smartwatch – the Pebble.
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Some of those lucky enough to have already received their Pebble smartwatch may have experienced some serious issues when trying to update the wrist-worn device to firmware version 1.9 at the end of last week.
At $150, Pebble is one of the most affordable smart watches available, and you can't go wrong with it.
Personally, I’m still waiting on my Arctic White Pebble smartwatch. Our friends over at AppleInsider, however, appear this week to have gotten their hands on one of the Black models, already, and have thus been able to provide their first initial impressions of the device.
Just a quick note this morning to let those who originally backed Pebble know that the company has, in fact, sent the official Pebble app live on the iTunes App Store, today. Arriving before the first shipments hit doorsteps – as promised – by the company several days ago, the app is designed to give those who are waiting on the delivery of the bluetooth-enabled e-paper smartwatch the ability to wirelessly load new watch-faces onto the wrist-worn device, as well as giving them the option to update to the latest version of ‘PebbleOS’ – (the operating system the watch runs off).
Sharing the app’s official artwork for the first time yesterday, Pebble Technology has confirmed this week that its official app, for use in conjunction with its ‘Pebble’ smartwatch, will be available for download on the App Store before the first deliveries of the watch begin arriving on doorsteps around the world.