Spotify Coming to Apple Watches at WWDC 2018, As Apple Begin To Accept Apple Watch Trade-Ins At Retail Stores

According to MacRumors, popular music stream service Spotify will finally coming to Apple Watches at WWDC 2018 this year, based on personal involvement with the project, said an anonymous and unverified tipster from the site.

The upcoming Spotify's watchOS app will uses Apple's internal named StreamKit framework that will enable cellular Apple Watch models to receive push notifications from third-party apps such as, Microsoft Outlook, Facebook, and Twitter, greatly reduce reliance from your paired iPhone, on watchOS 5.

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More from Apple Watch is that Apple begin to accept the Watch trade-in at an Apple Store in the US, however, it would not be accepting any Edition models. Also, you can trade your Apple Watch at the official website, Apple’s in-store trade-in values are the same as those found online.

Furthermore, trading in your Watch with Apple doesn't means you can't keep your charging cable and bands, as Apple quote values range from $50-$175 depending on which model do you have. Could you trade-in you models in exchange for newer models?

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