Apple Watch Series 4 Rumours
The Apple Watch series 3 was a big hit despite the fact that the exterior design looked like all previous versions, the size varied slightly but to look at all models appear the same at a glance, today we are seeing rumours that the Apple Watch Series 4 model which are expected to be released this fall will feature a new design and a display that’s 15 percent larger.

According to predictions shared by well known KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in addition to a new design with larger displays, the new fourth-generation Apple Watch models will feature a much desired longer battery life which will be enabled through more battery capacity and improved health monitoring capabilities.

Whilst it is not yet clear what impact a larger display would have on physical device size, the display size of the watch could increase due to smaller bezels, similar to what the iPhone X has achieved.

iPhone X Product RED

Designer Martin Hajek has created mockups imagining what a PRODUCT(RED) iPhone X could look like, Martin Hajek also has a mockup of what the rumoured iPhone SE 2 could look like combining 2D & 3D images.

Google acquires Tenor
Google has acquired Tenor to improve its GIF capabilities, Google notes that this acquisition is to help evolve its image search engine and better reflect what people are searching for today,

When we started Google Images, we focused on making it easy to find photos and images from across the web. But as the web evolved and mobile devices changed the way people search, the way people use Google Images has changed too. Most people now use Google Images to find more information about a topic, and to help them communicate and express themselves—case in point, we see millions of searches for GIFs every day.

Tenor will run it as a separate brand instead of being swallowed into the Google umbrella, the acquisition will help other Google products that use GIFs especially Gboard.

iMac accessories can now be purchased separately
When Apple launched the iMac Pro everyone fell in love with the Space Grey accessories and the only way to purchase them separately required a valid serial number for an iMac Pro. We saw some sellers on eBay offered the kit for $2,500.

Apple is now selling the space gray accessories separately from March 30th. The space gray Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad will now be available for $149 working out at $20 more compared to the Silver model. The space gray Apple Magic Mouse can be purchased for $99 and the Magic Trackpad is $149.