Pebble smartwatch tear down. While much of the focus was on the actual tear down of the watch, there was a mention of Bluetooth. In reference to the Bluetooth LE support, iFixIt had said that they could not "find evidence of the hardware." Needless to say, the folks at Pebble have since responded and offered some assurance on the matter.
iFixIt crew. After all, we have seen the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and countless other devices torn apart and opened up. This latest however comes a little bit different. The latest is for the Pebble smartwatch and differs in that the watch ends up being destroyed.
Pebble Notifier app that tied in with Tasker notifications and as of today it looks like we have a similar app update. This latest is for the Light Flow app and in addition to adding support for the Pebble smartwatch, Light Flow users are also getting a few fixes as well as support for a handful of other apps.
Pebble smartwatch. The app is called Pebble Notifier and rather simply, is described as being the "bridge between the Pebble application and Tasker." Basically, those using the Pebble Notifier app will be able to get a wide variety of additional alerts and messages sent to their wrist.
Pebble launched their Android app back on January 24 and it looks like an update has since arrived. This update isn't brining any new features, however it should be welcomed by those who happen to already have a Pebble on their wrist and have been having issues getting it paired. Simply put, this is a bug fixing update.
Pebble app has officially launched for Android. The app is available from the Google Play Store and comes with little in terms of surprise. Simply put, the app is free and notes the device support as being Android 2.3.3 or later. That said, if you have a Pebble e-paper watch coming -- this is the app that you will not only want, but need.
CES we learned that the Pebble e-paper watch had gone into mass production and would begin shipping on January 23. And well, coming just as had been promised -- the first batch of Pebble watches will begin shipping today. The details come by way of the folks at Pebble who have offered confirmation of the shipping as well as other details about the Android app and some production notes.
CES 2013 was Pebble. Which, considering the product was originally expected to ship back in September of 2012 -- who would have guessed. Of course, considering how the Kickstarter took off, it seems many would have been more surprised had they met that shipping time. Regardless though, as we saw in the Pebble press conference from earlier today, the watches will begin shipping on January 23.
Pebble smartwatch would show in time for the holiday season. And well, as we now realize, that didn't happen. Disappointment aside, there is some good news however. In fact, it is some news that suggests the Pebble is moving forward.