Apple has announced that its first smartwatch, the Apple Watch, will start at $349 for the smaller model and $399 for the larger, and be available to pre-order and preview in the US and Europe on April 10, and available to buy from April 24. The price of the watch rises to more than $10,000 for the solid gold Apple Watch edition. Chief executive Tim Cook took to the stage in at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco to demonstrate Apple’s first completely new product since the death of founder Steve Jobs. The Watch will act as a second screen for an iPhone, showing customisable watch faces, texts, calls and other notifications, as well as running widget-style apps powered by the smartphone connected over Bluetooth. It will be controlled by a dedicated iPhone app, that allows users to change settings, manage notifications and apps. Watch face options include a range of analogue and digital faces, as well as a licensed Micky Mouse face, where the cartoon character’s arms become the hands of the watch. Wearers will be able to reply to messages via voice dictation or voice recording, or by using short canned responses that can be customised using… Read full this story
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