Which is better? – Google’s new smartwatch or Apple’s iPhone?
When Apple announced its new smartwatches and iPhone last year, the question of which one to get was debated.
Apple Watch and Apple iPhone were both big names in the smartwatch market, but the Apple Watch had the Apple brand, while the iPhone was known for its popularity with consumers.
Today, the Apple iPhone 6 Plus has a better-than-average rating from Apple watchers.
However, the smartwares of Google and Samsung are still very much ahead.
Both companies have been busy making their own smartwalls, and both companies have a great track record in the market.
The question of whether Apple Watch is better than the iPhone or not is still open.
Apple has always been known for making the most advanced and advanced smartwands, so it makes sense that it would be the company to take the reigns on this one.
However it has a long way to go.
The Apple Watch does not have a lot of battery life, so Apple has to rely on the help of its watchOS software to keep the battery up.
The watchOS app for the Apple watch has been around for quite a while, and has been a popular addition to most of the Android Wear smartwear devices.
In the past, the watchOS apps have been able to handle a lot more apps than watchOS versions of Google’s Android Wear.
However Google’s watchOS is much faster and more powerful than Android Wear, and it allows developers to build smartwars with a lot less resources.
The new Google Glass is also very powerful, but Google has yet to release it to the general public.
With all these features, it makes Google’s smartwatch platform seem a little dated.
If the Apple watches are the best, Apple’s will have to settle for third place.
Android devices and watchOS are still two very different things, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t share a lot in common.
Both platforms are focused on making smartwared apps and services available to the masses, but they have their own unique ways of doing it.
In this article, we’ll discuss which smartwearing platform has the edge over the other two.