All the clues suggest the new Apple Watch will be aimed at children

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The Apple Watch outsold the entire Swiss watch industry in 2019. It had 55 per cent of the smartwatch market in the first half of 2020 according to a recent report. It forms part of Apple’s wearable business that’s now the size of a Fortune 150 company. Whichever way you slice it, Apple is owning smartwatches right now.

It’s now been five years since it had its ‘one more thing’ moment and Tim Cook said Apple had set out to make the best watch in the world. Many will dispute that it’s achieved

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iPhone SE review: the best-value iPhone

Remember the iPhone SE? Apple launched it back in 2016 and it was the successful combo of a diminutive older iPhone 5S body but with upgraded internal hardware. Despite being a favourite of bargain hunters and those railing against ever-increasing screen sizes, it was canned two years later. Now the SE returns, and Apple has gone and performed the same trick all over again: old phone, new innards, lower price.

Who’s it for?

For people who understandably baulk at spending £1,000 on an iPhone, of course. A top-spec 11 Pro Max will set you back £1,149, while the SE starts

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Breitling’s rainbow Superocean raises money for health workers

Back in April, Breitling launched its new Superocean Heritage ’57 Limited Edition via webcast, a first for the company as a result of the near-global lockdown. The piece must have been in development for some time yet seemed to have added significance, at least here in the UK, due to its rainbow-coloured design – mirroring the livery of NHS posters and badges aimed at showing support for frontline health workers.

Fittingly, Breitling has announced a new limited edition of that watch, the Superocean Heritage ’57 Limited Edition II, where part of the proceeds from sales will be donated to charities

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How to add some creative flair to your work from home setup

Apple iPad Pro; Genusee Cookies n’Cream eyewear; SanDisk iXpand Charger; UE Wonderboom 2; Osuza Canvas backpack; Copic Original (set of 72)

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Even as studios and offices open up, everyone’s slowly realising that these make-shift, work-from-home workspaces aren’t quite as temporary as we first thought. So whether you’re back at your desk, a full-time homebody or planning to walk/cycle/non-peak travel between the two, it’s unquestionably time for a refresh.

Apple iPad Pro

The iPad aimed squarely at creatives features an all-screen design and Face ID. Powered by an A12X Bionic chip with a neural engine, it has 8-cores, up

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