Watch is the first wearable device of Apple. It comes in two sizes – 38 mm and 42 mm, and three different finishes, and it will include inductive wireless charging. There will be a more durable Sport model and a high-end Apple Watch Edition, which is finished in 18K gold. Apart from this, there will be six different bands, some in multiple color options.
The Watch runs on a brand-new S1 processor. It is equipped with a gyro accelerometer and can piggyback off the Wi-Fi and GPS on your phone. The Watch will take dictation, and offers very precise synchronized time to plus or minus 50 milliseconds.
On the other hand, all the watches will have touch-screen display, a flexible Retina Display (with laminated crystal of sapphire), a “digital crown,” along with infrared LEDs and photo diodes that take your pulse and “turn movement into data.” Apple calls it a “Comprehensive health and fitness device.”
It’s important to note that you will need an iPhone 5 or higher to use the Watch. Apple has confirmed that Watch will be coming early 2015. Its price will start from $349.