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MLB fines coach for wearing Apple Watch

Let's stick with Apple, with the MLB choosing this week to fine Arizona Diamondbacks coach Ariel Prieto for wearing an Apple Watch in the dugout during a game.

This, of course, follows the controversy involving the Boston Red Sox stealing signs with the help of a Fitbit. Naturally, the MLB has made it against the rules to use electronic devices to relay the information, and while CBS Sports note that Prieto has been cleared of any cheating, wearing any wearable capable of assisting cheating through communication is not allowed. Don't expect this to be the last you hear of wearable controversy in professional sports.

Looking to aid the daily struggle of watch holes being too tight or too loose, Apple is seemingly exploring self-adjusting Apple Watch bands that would automatically work to fit your wrist.

That's if a patent uncovered by AppleInsider is to be believed, anyway, which indicates the Cupertino giant has at least considered the notion of smarter bands. The filing itself describes a strap that could be electronically tightened or loosened, with this coming manually from a user or automatically in response to biometric data from the Watch.

When dealing with patents, it's always wise to point out that there's a strong chance it might never see the light of day. However, this also isn't the first time we've seen a smart band idea pop up from Apple. Eventually, one way or another, expect it to act on this intention.

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