Now that the big-time media event is over, and Apple has officially made not only the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus official, but also the mobile payments service Pay and their first wearable, the Watch, official, the company has begun uploading individual promo videos and ads for the new product lineup.
Apple Watch: Release Date, Features & News
The most exciting Apple event in recent years has finally come to a conclusion, and first impressions of the Apple Watch are beginning to surface around the web. We’ve rounded up some of the more interesting comments, opinions and first impressions from well-known publications and Apple pundits within the tech landscape ahead.
Apple just minutes ago updated its website with a gallery of stock images for the Apple Watch, its first smartwatch and entrance into the wearable devices market. The smartwatch is available in three editions, Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch Edition, and is fully customizable with several watch faces and leather, metal and plastic bands. We’ve got a full rundown of the Apple Watch in pictures ahead, so join us after the break.
During the busy September 9 media event at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California, Apple announced plenty of new hardware, features, and everything else in between. When it comes to the Watch, though, there’s a lot packed in. Including Siri.
After months of speculation and rumors, Apple unveiled the Apple Watch today at its special event in Flint Center, Cupertino. The Apple Watch comes with a variety of features, including a new way to interact with the device.
Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed on Tuesday that the highly-anticipated Apple Watch, the Cupertino-based company’s first smartwatch and entrance into the wearable device market, will start at $349 and be available early next year. The smartwatch will be offered with several different watch faces and leather, metal and plastic straps.
Apple today unveiled the long awaited Apple wearable called the Apple Watch at its special event in Flint Center, Cupertino. The Apple Watch comes with a number of Apple’s own apps and features, but Apple is also opening up the platform to developers.
Apple announced on Tuesday that its all-new Apple Watch features infrared and visible-light LEDs, alongside photosensors, to detect your pulse rate and provide you with a comprehensive picture of your daily activity. The display also senses force with haptic feedback, which adds a new dimension to the user interface on the Apple Watch.
At its special event today, Apple unveiled its long-awaited Apple Waitch, with a bunch of features, including a new interaction method, a wide array of sensors and wireless inductive charging.