After months of teasers, leaks, and rumors, Apple's bold leap into the smartwatch game is finally here.
Apple on Tuesday introduced a highly anticipated smartwatch, which combines health and fitness monitoring with mobile computer capabilities like maps. The company also introduced two iPhones with larger screens.
t’s called the Apple Watch, it looks like a luxurious synthesis of technology and traditional timepiece craftsmanship, and it uses a “digital crown” to navigate through lists and zoom in on data. Apple finally announced its long-awaited smartwatch on Tuesday, and, boom, just like that, the center of gravity of the shaky wearables market has shifted in a seismic reset. No, not because the watch looks that revolutionary. It’s because this is an Apple smartwatch. And for better or worse, this is the new wearable’s most important feature. The new Apple “this changes everything” device starts at $350, and will be available early next year.
It’s hard to think of too many applications in which a smartwatch would make more sense than a smartphone.
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