Introduction Of I watch
AVAILABLE IN 2015
1>Our most personal device yet:
Our goal has always been to make powerful technology
more accessible. More relevant. And ultimately more
personal. Apple Watch represents a new chapter in the
relationship people have with technology. It’s the most
personal product we’ve ever made, because it’s the
first one designed to be worn.
Developer Apple Inc.
Manufacturer Apple Inc.
Release date Early 2015
Introductory price From US$ 349
Operating system Watch OS
CPU Apple S1
Display Sapphire crystal, strengthened Ion-X glass
Connectivity Bluetooth 4, NFC, Wi-Fi
Dimensions Two case sizes: 38 mm and 42 mm
3>There’s an Apple Watch for everyone.
A device you wear is vastly different from one you keep on
a desk or carry in your pocket. It’s more than a tool. It’s a
very personal expression. So we designed Apple Watch to
reflect a wide range of stylistic preferences. And we’ve
curated three distinctive collections to help you find the
watch that’s right for you.
1>Iwatch:-Stainless steel or space black
stainless steel cases. Sapphire crystal. A
range of stylish straps.
2>Iwatch Sport:-Anodised aluminium
cases in silver or space grey.
Strengthened Ion-X glass. Colourful,
3>Iwatch Edition:-18-carat GOLD cases in yellow or rose.
Sapphire crystal. Exquisitely crafted straps and closures.
APPLE WATCH SPORT
42mm Silver Aluminium
with Blue Sport Band
38mm Stainless Steel
with Brown Modern
Two different-sized starting points.
Everyone’s style is different, as is
everyone’s wrist. So Apple Watch
comes in two case sizes: 38mm
All watches tell time. This one helps you make
the most of it.
1:Stay closer to the people you care about.
Now your inner circle is always nearby.
Press the button under the Digital
Crown to access Friends, a place where
you’ll see thumbnails of those you like
to stay in touch with most. Tap one to
send a message, make a call, or reach
out in one of the new ways only
Apple Watch makes possible.
2:Messages, calls and mail. Tailored for
Apple Watch adds a new dimension to the way you
communicate. In just a glance, it shows you who’s
contacting you. It even gets your attention the way
another person would — by tapping you. There are
subtle audio cues too. The experience is discreet
and nuanced, with a unique feel for different types
Messages:- Sending and receiving messages is easy with
Apple Watch. You can dictate a message or select from
preset options — Apple Watch will make suggestions
based on the things you write most. Or you can skip
words altogether by sharing one of our new
Phone:- Use the built-in speaker and microphone for
quick calls. You can also put callers on hold while you
get your iPhone. Transfer calls from Apple Watch to your
car’s speakerphone or Bluetooth headset. And silence
incoming calls by covering Apple Watch with your hand.
Mail:- When you get mail, Apple Watch alerts you
straightaway. You can read the message, then flag it,
mark it as read or unread, or delete it. Or open the
message on your iPhone, where you can type a
There’s more than one way to look
The Activity app on Apple Watch provides a
simple and powerful graphic of your daily
activity, with three rings telling you
everything you need to know. The Move ring
shows how many calories you’ve burned. The
Exercise ring shows how many minutes of
brisk activity you’ve done. And the Stand ring
shows how often you’ve stood up to take a
break from sitting. The goal? Sit less, move
more and get some exercise by completing
each ring every day.
A whole new era for apps.
A time-saving feature called Glances condenses the most
relevant information from each app into a form you can
easily scan on the fly. And because Apple Watch can tap
you on the wrist, you’ll be aware of
1>Calendar:- See what’s next in your day
or upcoming week. Apple Watch sends you
meeting reminders, as well as calendar
invitations you can accept or decline
directly from your wrist.
2>Maps:- See your current location and
get directions. Maps gives you the single
best route. You can also share your
location with a friend or search for a local
3>Music:- Control the music on your iPhone without taking
it out of your pocket. And when you leave iPhone at home
to go for a jog, listen to music directly on Apple Watch.
4>Remote Camera:- Apple Watch doubles as a remote for
the iSight camera on your iPhone. Use Apple Watch to
display a live preview of what your iPhone sees, snap the
photo or set the timer on the camera.
5>Stopwatch:- Apple Watch presents this popular watch
function in digital, analogue or hybrid view. It can even
show you a real-time average of your lap times on a graph
— something you won’t find on other watches.
6>Alarm:- Apple Watch lets you manage, label and
edit multiple alarms with ease. Simply scroll through
the hours and minutes to set your wake-up time.
7>Photos:- Apple Watch keeps your favourite photos on
your wrist. You can zoom in to photos with the Digital
Crown, then swipe to scroll through them. And even
choose one to display on your watch face.
8>Settings:- Enable or disable Airplane mode, Bluetooth
and Do Not Disturb. Also turn mute on or off, or ping
your iPhone to determine its location.
An entire computer
architecture on a single chip.
The Apple S1:- is an integrated computer designed by Apple
and as such it includes memory, storage and support circuits
like wireless modems and I/O controllers in a sealed
integrated package. It was announced on 9th of September
2014 as part of the "Wish we could say more" event. It will
make its first appearance within the Apple Watch arriving in
The Apple Watch will work with Apple Pay.
A mobile payment service introduced at the same
event as the Watch.
The Apple Watch is capable of receiving phone calls as
well as iMessage and SMS Texts.
The Apple Watch can track fitness, run third-party
apps and use an Apple feature called "Handoff"
(see iOS 8) as long as you own another Apple device.
It can control theApple TV, as well as act as a walkie-talkie
and a viewfinder for an iPhone camera.