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It's time for Apple Watch to get serious about fitness with watchOS 4

Apple puts fitness front and center in its advertising for Apple Watch Series 2, even going so far as to claim the device is a “superior sports watch.” But in reality, it is not a sports watch at all. It’s a smartwatch. And that’s a massively important distinction. TomTom Runner or Garmin Forerunner, are cheaper and more reliable at logging workouts, while smartwatches are jacks of all trades, which usually means they are masters of none. Or at least, not masters of fitness. The sad fact is that it doesn’t have to be this way. Right now, it’s mostly the ...
 
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14 Apr
Leander Kahney @lkahney
RT @cultofmac: It’s time for Apple Watch to get serious about fitness https://t.co/SWdYZXt6LT https://t.co/C50v23tpNj
 
14 Apr
Sanjiv Moré @sanjivvmore
RT @grahambower: How Apple should get #AppleWatch in shape for #fitness: my @cultofmac column this wee https://t.co/mIN2k4r0Xd #watchOS4
 
14 Apr
Paul Sonnier @Paul_Sonnier
RT @grahambower: How Apple should get #AppleWatch in shape for #fitness: my @cultofmac column this wee https://t.co/mIN2k4r0Xd #watchOS4
 
14 Apr
TB SNS @ph_TB
애플이 대대적으로 광고한 '피트니스' 기기로써 애플워치가 부족하고, 기능적인 측면에서 watchOS4에서 개선되어야 한다는 내용 https://t.co/I4nVZylW1U
 
14 Apr
Cult of Mac @cultofmac
It’s time for Apple Watch to get serious about fitness https://t.co/SWdYZXt6LT https://t.co/C50v23tpNj