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Default Apple's iWatch and iOS 8 are reportedly fitness-focused

We still don't know exactly what Apple's long-rumored smart watch is, or what it's called -- yes, iWatch is probably right -- but a report today from 9to5Mac posits a whole heap of new information. First, the wearable works in concert with ...

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