Apple Watch released on April 24

Described as the best product of its type, the Apple Watch will be available for pre-orders on April 10 and for inspection at Apple Stores and began shipping on April 24, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Having the spotlight of the latest technology news, the Apple Watch could increase the interest people have in wearable products. Needless to say, it keeps challenging rivals like Google and Intel to create and develop better smart watches. During the last decade, smartphones have become “must buy” products. It’s not the case of wearable, yet. When it comes to money, every new gadget has a high release price. The least expensive version of the device is $319, but the standard one has written on its tag the price of $549. Of course, an iPhone is necessary for the Apple Watch to function, since it needs to be linked to it. You might think that the money is not worth it, but you should take some time to review its features. Thanks to its “near-field communication” radio signals, you can trigger signals on other scanners. Therefore, you can have the commodity of paying by waving the watch in front of the scanner panel at a register, or unlock electronic lockers at hotel doors.

 In conclusion, Apple hits again, deserving its famous title as the most valuable company in the world. Now, it’s up to you to decide if you’ll sustain the new trend of smart watches and purchase their brand new product.

 

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