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You might be able to use a portable battery to charge your Watch while wearing it.
You can send your old Apple Watch as part of the Apple Renew program, but don't expect a gift card in return.
Glide's CMRA band for Apple Watch boasts two cameras, one for video calls and one for taking photos on-the-go.
Bug fixes and improvements for the Apple Watch.
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