Apple enters the market of wearables by introducing the Apple Watch

The tech giant Apple at last has decided to enter the world of wearable. Apple has officially unveiled Apple Watch at Apple’s fall media event in Cupertino, California, alongside the iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 plus. This watch might become one of the most anticipated products of the year! A very well and stylish design, multiple variables to attract different people, user friendly UI is all the great things the Apple Watch will offer you. Though it may be over some peoples’ budget, it still deserves a shot.

The Apple Watch works as a music player like an iPod, a fitness tracker with heart-rate measurements, a communications device that will send and receive messages, calls and audio recordings, and a handheld portal to other apps, too. It even makes payments via Apple Pay and can control your Apple TV and act as a remote for connected smart home devices at the same time. Where other companies have failed to come up with a smart watch design that suits anyone, tech giant Apple has solved the issue by coming up with multiple designs to suit different people with different tastes.

The watch face comes in two sizes. One is 42mm high; the other is 38mm The Apple Watch’s sapphire or Ion-X glass face sits in a case made from the following material, depending on which of the three models you opt for (Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, or Apple Watch Edition). These finishes include: Stainless Steel, Silver Aluminum, 18-Karat Yellow Gold, Space Black Stainless Steel, Space Gray Aluminum and 18-Karat Rose Gold. Apple gives a solution to utilize something that has always been a feature of watches in a new way. The dial on the side of the watch, apparently its proper name is the crown has been bought into the 21st century and turned into what Apple calls the “Digital Crown”. You can use the crown to zoom in on interface elements and scroll through content on the watch face, without your fingers obscuring the view. Apple showed how the Digital Crown, which reminds us a little bit of an iPod’s Click Wheel, can be used to navigate through lists as well as zoom in on data, maps or photos. The Digital Crown is also a little bit like the home button on the iPhone. If you press it you can to return to the home screen. Another way through you can interact with the Apple Watch is via Siri. Apple Watch will need to be charged daily, or close to it, much like other recent high-end smart watches from Samsung and Google’s Android Wear line.

His good news is that the Apple Watch will work with any iPhone from the iPhone 5 up.  So you probably won’t have to run out and buy a new iPhone to go with your Apple Watch.

Apple Watch doesn’t include a camera. The Apple Watch can act as a viewfinder for your iPhone’s camera, letting you snap pictures from afar. That’s a much more useful feature than trying to take a picture with a camera strapped to your wrist. There are rumors that it will offer 8GB storage and 512MB RAM, but Apple offered no information relating to this. It is unnecessary for the Apple Watch to need much in the way of storage as it will work in conjunction with the iPhone and iCloud. The watch has a near-field communication, or NFC chip as well as a “Secure Element” chip to store your encrypted information. It also has sensors to measure blood pressure and distance travelled. It does not include GPS; instead it hooks up to the GPS inside the paired iPhone.

For fitness-lovers that want a smart connected workout device that plays music, the Apple Watch could be an excellent choice. There are still other assumptions but nothing can be said with a confirmation as this device is yet to come in 2015. For now, everything you can judge is its polished design, a brief interface demo, and a lot of optimism.