watchOS 4 Wishlist

As of Christmas 2016, I am an Apple Watch Series 2 user and I really do like the watch, but it is not perfect.

After doing my iOS 11 wishlist, I’ve decided to next branch into my watchOS 4 wishlist.

I have only used watchOS 3 onwards and not either watchOS 1 or 2, to give you some context before I get started.

Compared to my iOS 11 wishlist I do not have a concrete Top 10 things I want added to watchOS, but I do have a Top 6 list, but a lot of little things I want to see added.

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iOS 11 Wishlist – Updated

Update #1 – 9th May: Added Rumours section to this post.

Update #2 – 10th May: Added features to wishlist based on ideas from EverythingApplePro video linked below.

Apple’s WWDC 2017 is just one month away now, so I have taken the time over the past couple of weeks to complete this list.

I will this year be taking the same approach as I did for my iOS 10 Wishlist, but I will also be doing also not just for the next version of macOS (let’s call it 10.13 for now) but for watchOS 4 as well, as I got myself an Apple Watch Series 2 for Christmas and after using it for a few month or so, I can start to get a feeling of what needs to be added to that OS and you may expect a review from me on it at some point in the future.

Anyways we expect the usual announcement of all these software updates at WWDC this June and released in September this year.

As many of you would know, iPhone is now 10 years old, which is 10 years since the initial version of iOS (then called iPhone OS) was released. We are expecting new hardware this year that represents a more significant change compared to last year, but that’s another discussion point for another time.

Because we have a major update in hardware this year for the phone alone, it may also mean we get more significant updates to the operating system itself.

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Top 5: Advantages of USB-C on iPhone 8

The Wall Street Journal recently made an article regarding that they believe the flagship 10th anniversary iPhone 8/X announced in September this year will have a USB-C port instead of a Lightning port.

Lightning has only been on iPhones since 2012 with the iPhone 5, so it makes sense as to why people are really annoyed with this, especially those that bought the iPhone 7 and got Lightning headphones to work with them and future iPhones.

If Apple were to replace Lightning with a USB-C connector, there would be a very good reason for doing so.

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Expectations: Nintendo 2017

I would have to say on behalf of all Nintendo fans in 2016, that it was one of the most disappointing years for Nintendo in recent years, when it came to a broken Star Fox Zero, to delayed Zelda Breath of the Wild game to 2017 (initially meant to be a 2015 release) and the infamous NES Classic stock drought.

Nintendo did recently announce the Nintendo Switch and you can click here to read about my initial thoughts from when this was announced over a month ago.

In this blog post, I am going to go over the Top 10 things I expect to see from Nintendo in 2017, all in no particular order, so let’s get started.

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Expectations: Apple 2017

In the 2nd post of this series of expectations for 2017, I am focusing on what I want to see from Apple next year.

Apple has had in my view somewhat a mixed 2016 when it comes to what they released, which includes an iPad Pro 9.7inch, iPhone SE, iPhone 7/Plus, AirPods (delayed), Apple Watch Series 1 & 2, new MacBook Pro and new software across the board.

Anyways getting back on track, I am now going to give you the top 10 things I want to see from Apple in 2017 beyond what we would usually expect, all in no particular order.

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