we wouldn’t say Apple’s first smartwatch, simply dubbed Apple Watch, is the best looking in the market but it sure has a long list of features that would definitely draw the attention of many geeks and not just Apple fanatics. like what Apple had done for iPod and iPhone with click wheel and multi-touch, Apple has yet again pioneer a completely new way of navigating for its new wearable tech: an unique Digital Crown. the beauty of the Digital Crown is, it looks like the crown most timepiece would have, but on the Apple Watch, it is designed to let you scroll, zoom and navigate around the iOS-based user interfaced created specifically for a smaller device and it also serves as the ‘Home’ button, allowing you to quickly skip back to the home screen.
in addition to letting you sent and receive text messages, and answer calls, Apple Watch also offers a more personal way of staying in touch and communicating with your love ones and friends by letting you send your heartbeat through Digital Touch. and being a smartwatch and being Apple, you can be sure that Apple Watch will also do duty as a health and fitness tracker, supported by a suite of apps. offered in two sizes, 38 mm and 42 mm, Apple Watch comes in three distinct collections: Apple Watch that comes with a custom stainless steel alloy case, Sport with an anodized aluminum alloy case, and finally, Edition, featuring an 18K gold case.
it has a flexible Retina display that’s laminated to a single crystal of sapphire and touts what Apple refer to as Force Touch technology that is able to differentiate between press and tap, thus providing a new way to swiftly and easily access controls within apps. powered by a custom-designed S1 System in Package chip, Apple Watch also boast Siri integration, a MagSafe-inspired charging, built-in heart rate monitor and haptic feedback with built-in speaker that lets you feel and hear the notifications. Apple Watch is expected to be available in early 2015 starting at $349.