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The Apple Watch Is Getting More Useful By Making You Use It Less

For its new smartwatch series, the company has turned to smarter sensors that require less screen time. For its new smartwatch series, the company has turned to smarter sensors that require less screen time. Before Apple revealed its first wearable device, some observers wondered if it would even have a screen. Read Full Story
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