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Nagender kumar 
Dce-03 
12-1603 
Loyola academy
Features 
Design 
Technology
The Apple Watch is a 
smartwatch created by Apple 
Inc., announced by Tim Cook 
on September 9, 2014. It has 
activity tra...
Timothy Donald "Tim" Cook CEO of Apple Inc.
features 
We all share the same hours, minutes, and seconds. But what happens 
during that time is different for everyone...
stay closer to the people you care about by 
Messages, calls, and Mail. tailored for 
your wrist. 
Apple Watch adds a new...
Phone. 
Use the built-in speaker and microphone 
for quick chats, or seamlessly transfer calls 
to your iPhone for longer ...
Start an entirely new kind of conversation. 
You don’t even have to use 
words. The Digital Touch 
features on Apple Watch...
Heartbeat. 
When you press two fingers on the 
screen, the built-in heart rate sensor 
records and sends your heartbeat. I...
It has a custom sensor that can 
measure intensity by tracking your 
heart rate. And it uses the GPS and 
Wi Fi in ‑ your ...
A fast, easy, secure way to pay. 
Passbook on Apple Watch not only keeps your tickets, 
boarding passes, and loyalty cards...
A whole new era for apps. 
Apple Watch isn’t just a different location for your favorite apps. It’s an entirely 
different...
Start on Apple Watch. Continue on iPhone. 
Apple Watch is perfect for quick 
interactions, but if you need to do 
somethin...
DESIGN 
There’s an Apple Watch for everyone. 
Two different-sized starting points.
Custom alloys engineered for beauty and durability.
Bands as thoughtfully designed as the watch itself.
Find your style in three distinctive collections. 
There are so many ways to make Apple Watch your own. To help 
you choos...
TECHNOLOGY 
Digital Crown. A modern twiston a traditional feature. 
Every new product we’ve introduced has 
been defined b...
Not just a display 
A Retina display is the primary surface for 
every interaction with Apple Watch. And it’s 
clear why. ...
Sensitive enough to tell a tap from a press 
In addition to recognizing touch, Apple Watch senses force, adding a new dime...
Siri 
Having Siri with you at all times means you can access it that much more 
quickly and conveniently. And be even more...
We found a way to give technology a more human touch. 
Literally. 
It’s called the Taptic Engine, a linear actuator inside...
With a custom heart rate sensor, it’s built to know you 
better 
The wrist is a convenient area for collecting 
data about...
An entire computer architecture on a single chip. 
Massive constraints have a way of 
inspiring interesting, creative solu...
When it came to charging, we kept it simple. 
As familiar as wearing a watch is, 
charging one is something new. So we 
de...
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  1. 1. Nagender kumar Dce-03 12-1603 Loyola academy
  2. 2. Features Design Technology
  3. 3. The Apple Watch is a smartwatch created by Apple Inc., announced by Tim Cook on September 9, 2014. It has activity tracking capabilities similar to other wearable technologies, such as Jawbone Up, Nike+ FuelBand and samsung,sony,moto.
  4. 4. Timothy Donald "Tim" Cook CEO of Apple Inc.
  5. 5. features We all share the same hours, minutes, and seconds. But what happens during that time is different for everyone. So Apple Watch doesn’t just keep accurate time. It allows you to see time in the ways that are most meaningful — and useful — to you. Working with iPhone, Apple Watch continually checks against the definitive global time standard with the same precision found in GPS satellites. If you move from one time zone to another, Apple Watch automatically adjusts. When daylight saving time begins, Apple Watch simply changes to the new time. So you never once have to set it yourself
  6. 6. stay closer to the people you care about by Messages, calls, and Mail. tailored for your wrist. 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. 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 animated emojis.
  7. 7. Phone. Use the built-in speaker and microphone for quick chats, or seamlessly transfer calls to your iPhone for longer conversations. You can also transfer calls from Apple Watch to your car’s speakerphone or your Bluetooth headset. And silence incoming calls by covering Apple Watch with your hand. Mail. When you get mail, Apple Watch alerts you right away. You can read the message, then flag it, mark it as read or unread, or move it to the Trash. Or open the message on your iPhone, where you can type a lengthier response.
  8. 8. Start an entirely new kind of conversation. You don’t even have to use words. The Digital Touch features on Apple Watch give you fun, spontaneous ways to connect with other Apple Watch wearers, wrist to wrist. Use your finger to draw something quickly. Your friend on the other end can watch your drawing animate, then respond with a custom creation for you.
  9. 9. Heartbeat. When you press two fingers on the screen, the built-in heart rate sensor records and sends your heartbeat. It’s a simple and intimate way to tell someone how you feel. Activity App There’s more than one way to look at fitness Apple Watch unites the capabilities of an all-day fitness tracker and a highly advanced sports watch in one device you can wear all the time. It can track a wider variety of activities because it’s able to collect more types of data. It uses an accelerometer to measure your total body movement.
  10. 10. It has a custom sensor that can measure intensity by tracking your heart rate. And it uses the GPS and Wi Fi in ‑ your iPhone to track how far you’ve moved. Track your progress over time on iPhone. Apple Watch lets you see your daily activity at a glance. To see your progress and periods of time, there’s Fitness — an Apple Watch companion app on your iPhone. You can view your activity history, workouts, and achievements by the day, the week, and the month. There’s also a Health app on iPhone that allows you to share your activity and workout data with your health and fitness apps.
  11. 11. A fast, easy, secure way to pay. Passbook on Apple Watch not only keeps your tickets, boarding passes, and loyalty cards together in one instantly accessible place, it also lets you securely use your credit and debit cards. It’s secure because your actual card numbers are never shared with merchants or transmitted with payment. Instead, Apple Watch creates a Device Account Number for each card. When you make a purchase, this number is used to process your payment, along with a transaction-specific dynamic security code. To pay with Apple Watch, just double-click the button next to the Digital Crown and hold your wrist up to the contactless reader. You’ll hear and feel a confirmation from Apple Watch once your payment information is sent.
  12. 12. A whole new era for apps. Apple Watch isn’t just a different location for your favorite apps. It’s an entirely different way to experience them. 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 notifications instantly.
  13. 13. Start on Apple Watch. Continue on iPhone. Apple Watch is perfect for quick interactions, but if you need to do something more involved, just pick up your iPhone. The message you were reading or app you were using on Apple Watch will be open and ready to go. Read new mail on Apple Watch, then respond on iPhone. See a sports score or news update on Apple Watch, and read more about it on iPhone.
  14. 14. DESIGN There’s an Apple Watch for everyone. Two different-sized starting points.
  15. 15. Custom alloys engineered for beauty and durability.
  16. 16. Bands as thoughtfully designed as the watch itself.
  17. 17. Find your style in three distinctive collections. There are so many ways to make Apple Watch your own. To help you choose the expression that suits you best, we’ve curated three collections of cases and bands that we feel work particularly well together.
  18. 18. TECHNOLOGY Digital Crown. A modern twiston a traditional feature. Every new product we’ve introduced has been defined by a unique input device. With Apple Watch, it’s the Digital Crown. On mechanical watches, the crown has historically been used to set the time and date and to wind the mainspring. We reimagined it as a versatile tool that answers the fundamental challenge of how to magnify content on a small display. Pinching to zoom, as you do on iPhone, is impractical. But rotating the Digital Crown allows you to zoom and scroll nimbly and precisely, without obstructing your view. You can also push it like a button to return to the Home screen, making it an integral part of the Apple Watch experience.
  19. 19. Not just a display A Retina display is the primary surface for every interaction with Apple Watch. And it’s clear why. The incredibly high pixel density makes numbers and text easy to read at a glance, even while you’re moving. Images and graphics render with remarkable sharpness and contrast, including finely detailed ones like the rotation of a hair-thin second hand on a watch face. And the display is extremely energy efficient, critical for a device you wear throughout the day. On most Apple Watch models, the display is laminated to a machined and polished single crystal of sapphire. Next to diamond, it’s the hardest transparent material. On watches in the Sport collection, protection is provided by strengthened Ion-X glass.
  20. 20. Sensitive enough to tell a tap from a press In addition to recognizing touch, Apple Watch senses force, adding a new dimension to the user interface. Force Touch uses tiny electrodes around the flexible Retina display to distinguish between a light tap and a deep press, and trigger instant access to a range of contextually specific controls
  21. 21. Siri Having Siri with you at all times means you can access it that much more quickly and conveniently. And be even more spontaneous with your requests. Simply raise your wrist and say “Hey, Siri,” or press and hold the Digital Crown to dictate messages, get turn-by-turn directions, or stay up to date on your events. You’ll get an instant response to your query.
  22. 22. We found a way to give technology a more human touch. Literally. It’s called the Taptic Engine, a linear actuator inside Apple Watch that produces haptic feedback. In less technical terms, it taps you on the wrist. Whenever you receive an alert or notification, or perform a function like turning the Digital Crown or pressing down on the display, you feel a tactile sensation that’s recognizably different for each kind of interaction. Combined with subtle audio cues from the specially engineered speaker driver, the Taptic Engine creates a discreet, sophisticated, and nuanced experience by engaging more of your senses. It also enables some entirely new, intimate ways for you to communicate with other Apple Watch wearers. You can get someone’s attention with a gentle tap. Or even send something as personal as your heartbeat.
  23. 23. With a custom heart rate sensor, it’s built to know you better The wrist is a convenient area for collecting data about your physical activity, a task Apple Watch is designed to perform throughout the day. On the back of the case, a ceramic cover with sapphire lenses1 protects a specially designed sensor that uses infrared and visible-light LEDs and photodiodes to detect your heart rate. Apple Watch uses this sensor, along with an accelerometer and the GPS and Wi‑Fi in your iPhone, to measure all kinds of physical movement, from simply standing up to actively working out. This allows Apple Watch to provide a comprehensive picture of your daily activity, suggest customized goals, and reward you for reaching personal fitness milestones.
  24. 24. An entire computer architecture on a single chip. Massive constraints have a way of inspiring interesting, creative solutions. A prime example is the custom-designed chip at the heart of Apple Watch. No traditional computer architecture could fit within such a confined space. So we found a way to integrate many subsystems into one remarkably compact module, which is then completely encapsulated in resin to protect the electronics from the elements, impact, and wear. Configuring an entire computer system on a single chip is an industry first and represents a singular feat of engineering and miniaturization.
  25. 25. When it came to charging, we kept it simple. As familiar as wearing a watch is, charging one is something new. So we decided to make it utterly effortless. In fact, our goal was to make Apple Watch easy to charge in the dark. Without looking. While being only partially awake. We arrived at a solution that combines our MagSafe technology with inductive charging. It’s a completely sealed system free of exposed contacts. And it’s very forgiving, requiring no precise alignment. You simply hold the connector near the back of the watch, where magnets cause it to snap into place automatically.

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