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Changing Tactics, Apple Promotes Watch as a Luxury Item


The Apple Watch will be sold in just nine countries and only through its own channels, entering the world in a different manner from that of the iPhone.



A survey of paintings and photographs by Marilyn Minter brings into focus the artist’s unique understanding of human appetite

Storage Envy


Milan’s Nilufar Gallery opens its museum-worthy warehouse to the public for the first time—and for one week only

Banking on Apple Watch Will Be Limited, for Now


Apps will allow users to peek at their balance and recent activity, but not to pay bills or make deposits.

Apple Watch Availability Is Clarified


Apple’s retail head, Angela Ahrendts, has told retail employees that the Apple Watch will not be available for in-store purchasing on the day of its April 24 release.

What We’re Reading


Get recommendations from New York Times reporters and editors, highlighting interesting stories from around the web. In this installment, great reads from Stacy Cowley, Quentin Hardy and others.

Ahead of Watch Release, Apple to Allow Customers to Try It On


The era of online shopping made “buy before you try” (and ship back if you don’t like it) a typical consumer experience. The Apple Watch, which releases April 24, is probably something you should actually try before buying.

Dear Diary: My Week Wearing an Apple Watch


Spending seven days learning to use, and getting used to, the Apple Watch proved to be a mostly rewarding experience.

Apple Watch Review: Bliss, but Only After a Steep Learning Curve


When apps are streamlined and first-generation bugs are fixed, the Apple Watch has the potential to be a life-changer. (With video.)

Will the Apple Watch Make Us Happier?


Maybe we actually want our mobile devices to be less addictive.
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