Apple's Kevin Lynch Explains Method Behind Apple Watch's Precise Timekeeping

Doorway, Banagher, Co. Offaly

Image by National Library of Ireland on The Commons
An O’Dea shot today but neither steam nor train in sight! A doorway in Banagher, what can lie behind it????

We did not find out what is going on behind the door, we did discover our first Eircode our new "zip code system" thanks to O Mac PRO the code for this house is – R42 ED73

Banagher (Beannchar na Sionna in Irish) is a town in Republic of Ireland, located in the midlands on the western edge of County Offaly in the province of Leinster, on the banks of the River Shannon. The name Banagher comes from its Irish name, which translates to English as "the place of the pointed rocks on the Shannon"

Photographer: James P. O’Dea

Collection: James P. O’Dea

Date: March 13 1974

NLI Ref.: ODEA 116/11

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Apple's Kevin Lynch Explains Method Behind Apple Watch's Precise Timekeeping

42mm SS LB Apple Watch One of the Apple Watch features Apple often highlights is the device's precise timekeeping, which Apple says is within 50 milliseconds of the global time standard. Apple's VP of Technology, Kevin Lynch, today spoke with Mashable …
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