The long-awaited SmartWatch from Apple end is finally announced and It’s named Apple Watch, not an iWatch. Apple made this announcement at its special media event at Flint Centre in Cupertino, after revealing the brand new stretched iPhone models.
Apple Watch is a ‘precise and customizable timepiece’ and a comprehensive health and fitness device’, adds Apple CEO Tim Cook. Apple also highlighted the point that, the company is lunging into the fashion circle with this wearable’s debut.
The device is no-doubt a touchscreen watch, which showcase a square-face display frame on the top. And, features a ‘digital crown’, which lets you to interact with the watch interface. You can use this crown to walkthrough a list (scroll-up or down), zoom-in or zoom-out on the screen, especially while navigating through a map. And, pushing the crown in, you’ll be redirected back to the bubble homescreen.
Apple Watch is really an intelligent device (thanks Apple), the watch instantly knows when you uplift your wrist to note the time and then, activates the watch display screen. Sensors aligned at the bottom the watch measures your pulse rate too. Above all, the watch supports the super-cool wireless charging feature.
The homescreen is much more different than that of other SmartWatches available in the market, the watch displays the apps in bubbles style and can be easily rearranged, right on the homescreen. Plus, you can also swipe-up to view all available customizable screens, thanks to the ‘Glance’ feature.
No doubt, you’ll have to pair the watch with an iPhone, supporting the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, and iPhone 5. The watch comes in three different rows: Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, and Apple Watch Edition. And, will hit the market in early 2015, starting at $349.
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