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Thanks to a bit of clever editing, folks have managed to create a watchface for Android Wear devices, one that uncannily resembles Apple's new Watch UI. Of course this is only a cosmetic trick.
While Apple unveiled mobile payment magic at its event in Cupertino, Stripe was the one to really credit as they will be assisting Apple in making the mobile transactions quick and seamless.
Apple has declined to comment on the Apple Watch's battery life, saying the company has "said all we are going to say at this point" about the new device.
At the launch of the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch, the company has announced that the iTunes App Store is now home to a massive 1.3 million apps, available across its iOS devices.
After all of the rumors and speculation, Apple has announced its new wearable device. The Apple Watch starts at $349, and requires an iPhone to work, with availability from early next year.