Apple Watch Series 5 first look
Apple just unveiled the newest Apple Watch (we're up to the Series 5 now) and -- I mean this in the nicest way -- but there isn't much to see. Whereas last year's model, the Series 4, ushered in a new, larger screen and a built-in electrocardiogram test, the differences in the Series 5 are difficult to notice at a glance. Chief among them: an always-on display that's always visible at dim brightness, but that wakes up to a fuller brightness when you tap it. There's also a Compass app that can show you you latitude, longitude, elevation and incline. You can find all of that in a standalone app in watchOS 6, but the feature is at its best when it's integrated into other apps.
Xiaomi has officially unveiled the Mi Watch : an Apple Watch lookalike that runs a skinned version of Google Wear OS with prices starting at $ 185 (CNY 1,299). We first saw a glimpse of the Mi Watch last week when we noted its physical similarities to Apple ’ s smartwatch. There’ s a curved rectangular
As Xiaomi gears up to launch its 108-megapixel phone at its November 5th event, the company has also unveiled details of its upcoming smartwatch -- and it looks awfully familiar. The device -- which will probably be called the Mi Watch -- bears a striking resemblance to the Apple Watch .
Xiaomi has officially unveiled the: an Apple Watch lookalike that runs a skinned version of Google Wear OS with prices starting at $185 (CNY 1,299).
We first saw a glimpse of the Mi Watchwhen we noted its physical similarities to Apple’s smartwatch. There’s a curved rectangular touchscreen, a knurled crown for scrolling, and a pill-shaped button right below that — all the same as Apple’s device.
But Xiaomi has now shared more details about the Mi Watch, and it does sound like a capable little smartwatch competitor. Engadgetthat it has a 1.78-inch AMOLED display with 326ppi pixel density and a 570mAh battery, which Xiaomi claims is good for 36 hours of use. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor and 1GB of RAM, and it comes with 8GB of internal storage. There’s also Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC functionality, a heart rate monitoring feature, and eSIM support for 4G connectivity.
How to update to watchOS 6 on your Apple Watch
Apple is releasing watchOS 6 today with a host of new features for the Apple Watch. © Provided by Cable News Network, Inc.Two of those new features are Activity Trends and Cycle Tracking. WatchOS6 also brings an App Store to your wrist, dedicated apps for Podcasts, the ability to monitor noise levels around you, various performance boosts and new watch faces.
Today, Xiaomi officially unveiled the Mi Watch or as I'd like to call it, the 'I can't believe this is not an Apple Watch — Xiaomi edition.' The Mi Watch is priced at CNY 1,299 ($ 185 ) and will go on sale in China next week. There’ s no word on international availability just yet, but we can expect it to make
Apple Watch 5 copy Xiaomi has not only confirmed but also given us aclose look at what its first smartwatch, the Mi Watch , is going to look like in official renders posted on Weibo. And well, we know that it ’ s an Apple Watch lookalike with a squarish design and digital crown.
The big differential (apart from the price) is Xiaomi’s custom software skin for Wear OS: MIUI For Watch. This looks like it gives Google’s OS a vaguely Apple-ish visual overhaul. Xiaomi has also created its own apps for the device, including lightweight versions of its Tasks, Recorder, and Notes apps, and MIUI For Watch will also have its own app store.
Rounding out the feature set are various health functions, which Xiaomi deployed to great effect in its cheap and popular. According to , these include a blood oxygen sensor, sleep and exercise tracking, and something called “body energy monitoring.” The Mi Watch is also apparently water resistant for swimming.
The bad news is that the smartwatch will only be on sale in China initially. The basic watch will be available for $185 (CNY 1,299) on November 11th, with a flashier version (with a stainless steel case and metal strap) coming later in the year for around $290 (CNY 1,999). It’s possible that the Mi Watch will also launch in other countries in the months to come.
Israel: Supreme Court Values Expulsion of Human Rights Watch Director
On November 5, the Israeli Supreme Court approved the expulsion of Omar Shakir, US citizen and director of the NGO, Human Rights Watch (HRW), for Israel and the West Bank, accused of supporting the boycott of the Hebrew State. If the Israeli government gives the final green light to this court decision then it will be the first such deportation under a 2017 law authorizing the expulsion of foreigners who support the boycott of Israel.
With our correspondent in Jerusalem, Michel Paul
After eighteen months of debate, the decision fell. Omar Shakir has twenty days to leave. The endorsed the decisions of the lower courts and ruled in favor of the Interior Ministry, which did not renew the visa of the regional director of the NGO . But, it says here, it is the Israeli government that will have the last word on this case.
Blamed for BDS
Israeli prosecutors and several right-wing Israeli organizations accused Shakir of sharing social media positions in favor of, the international boycott movement israel. For his part, the Human Rights Watch official said the Israeli decision was politically motivated and its real purpose was to silence the humanitarian organizations working in Israel and the Palestinian Territories.
Group of unenviable countries
In the past Kenneth Roth, the executive director of the humanitarian organization, said that if Omar Shakir were ultimately expelled, Israel would join an unenviable group of countries such as North Korea, Venezuela, Cuba and Sudan.
Oppo's first smartwatch could be more than just another Apple Watch clone .
Oppo has teased its first smartwatch, and it looks a lot like the Apple Watch – but there may be more to it than meets the eye.This tease happened at Inno Day 2019, Oppo's annual developer conference where it shows off lots of the tech it has planned for the following year. Other products shown off included AR glasses, a 5G home hub, and some true wireless headphones, but it's Oppo's smartwatch that's arguably most interesting device.