The app includes the real-time status of BT services in their customer’s area and tools to help optimise a customer’s broadband, including testing broadband speeds and restarting a BT Home Hub remotely.
Apple, MacBooks, iMacs, iPhons, iPad and iPod.
The tech giant already offered customers store credit for older iPhones and iPads to help lower the cost of upgrading and has now expanded the service to accept handsets running rival operating systems.
First announced last September, the watch goes on sale next month in nine countries, including the UK, US, Australia, Canada, China, France and Germany, from Friday, April 24th.
Available in the same Gold, Silver and Space Grey colour options as iPhone and iPad, the new MacBook features Apple’s high resolution ‘retina’ display, a thinner keyboard design and the new reversible USB-C connector.
Unveiled on Tuesday, the Apple Watch will let users send and receive SMS messages, answer calls made to their iPhone and measure exercise levels.