Apple unveiled the long rumored "iWatch" yesterday. Apple crammed a ton of innovation into the small device. Will it sell?
Apple unveiled the Apple Watch yesterday as the legendary "One more thing..." The Apple Watch is an awesome little gadget. It has a very cool user interface. The idea of using the crown as an input method besides the touchscreen is genius. The watch can tap your wrist to notify you and measure your vitals. It knows how long you walk each day and how many stairs you climbed.
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The Apple Watch does a ton of stuff out of the box. 3rd party App makers will enhance usages even more. Apple also adopted the way watches are sold in the fashion world. There are three collections with different wristband options and price points. The iWatch starts at $349 and ships early 2015.
Despite the coolness, richness of features and personalization the Apple Watch is still a big bet for Apple. Will consumers want it really bad? Or will it just find niche customer groups? Geeks fitness nuts and all Japanese kids?
The discussion on the net is split. There are lots of people, especially the press, that loves the iWatch. Twitter users are more differentiated and there is also a lot of satire around the iWatch going on right now. See some of the best Apple Watch mockery below.
There is also a big chance that the Apple Watch takes off like wildfire. There are so many features inside that there enough killer features that lure the mainstream customers in. We have to wait and see. For now enjoy the beautiful Apple Watch introduction video below.
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