Apple’s latest smartwatch finally lets you leave your phone at home. Since it supports LTE, you can receive calls and texts on your wrist even when your phone is out of range. The third-generation Apple Watch also brings a faster processor and a new barometric altimeter for measuring activities like the numbers of stairs you climb. The Apple Watch isn’t meant to replace your phone, and just about anything you would usually use your phone for is better on a larger screen. But the freedom to leave your phone at home when you step out to walk the dog or go on a run may be just enough to persuade smartwatch skeptics that the Apple Watch is worth considering, especially for athletic types.
KARACHI – Consul General Mr. Hamidullah Tarin of Afghanistan visit FPCCI Mr. Hamidullah Tarin, Acting Consul General of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan presenting Bouquet to Engr. Daroo Khan Achakzi, President FPCCI at Federation House Karachi, Mr. Mumtaz Shiekh and other also seen in the picture.
KARACHI – Pakistan’s automotive industry is about to become more competitive and diversified, thanks to a major new comer Hyundai Nishat Motor (Private) Limited (‘Hyundai Nishat’), one of Pakistan’s emerging automotive manufacturers and distributors,announcing to go digital froma global technology platform of SAP. Hyundai Nishat aims to promoteindigenization in a growing consumer market of the […]
KARACHI: METRO Pakistan celebrated its vision “YOUR SUCCESS IS OUR BUSINESS” with its business partners by organizing one of the biggest Supplier Conferences in its 13 years of business in Pakistan. The conference was held in which H.E Martin Kobler (Ambassador of Federal Republic of Germany to Pakistan) was invited as chief guest and around 500 […]