One More Thing - The Apple Watch
After years of speculation, rumours and second guessing, the long awaited wearable device from Apple was announced by Tim Cook, the Apple Watch.
“Apple Watch is the most personal device we’ve ever created.” - Tim Cook
Tim Cook explained that the Apple Watch is an extremely precise and customisable timepiece which will become a comprehensive health and fitness companion.
Apple Watch introduces the Digital Crown which is a versatile tool that answers the fundamental challenge of how to magnify content on a small display. With the Digital Crown, you can scroll, zoom, and navigate Apple Watch without covering the display.
Apple Watch has a flexible Retina display which is laminated to a single crystal of sapphire, the hardest transparent material after diamond.
Infrared and visible-light LEDs, along with photosensors, detect your pulse rate. Working with other technologies in Apple Watch, these help provide a comprehensive picture of your daily activity.
The Apple Watch will allow you to receive and send messages from your wrist and send preset phrases, smart responses based on your conversation, audio messages and your location.
Apple Watch comes with two apps that give a complete picture of your health and fitness. The Activity app monitors movement throughout the day. The Workout app tracks dedicated workouts.
Apple Watch have been curated into three collections Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch Edition which consider personal style and taste and requires iPhone and it works with iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, 6, and 6 Plus.
With the added functionality to use Apple Pay as well as opening the platform up to developers, the Apple Watch is set to revolutionlise the wearable market when it is finally available in early 2015.
- Date - Wednesday, September 10, 2014
- Author - Scotty Thomas