The Apple Watch has arrived. Tim Cook unveiled the device on 9 September in one of the biggest new product shifts from Apple since the iPad was unveiled in 2010.
There were some surprises in store, not least that Apple has dropped its 'i' naming system and called the device simply the 'Watch'.
Apple has said that the Watch will cost $349 when it goes on sale in the US but has not prescribed any UK pricing yet. If UK pricing matches the US, though, it would be around £216.
Given that many high-end sports watches from the likes of Garmin cost this, Apple's pricing could appear tempting to those after something a bit different for their wrist.
Apple has only said that the Watch will be available in "early 2015" and it has not clarified whether this is for the UK as well, or just the US. A release date of around March, when new iPads are often made available too, would seem likely.
The most notable feature of the Apple Watch is the 'Digital Crown' on the right-hand side of the watch face, which is used to control interaction with apps. The screen is also touch-optimised for scrolling and selecting apps.
Siri is also included, so you can interact with the Watch using voice controls. Apple built a new chip system dubbed S1 SiP (System in Package) to power the device and it also has Wi-Fi 802.11b/g capabilities and Bluetooth 4.0.
One thing to note is that the Watch can only be paired with iPhone 5, 5C, 5S, 6 and 6 Plus devices, meaning those with the iPhone 4 or 4S will not be able to sync the Watch to their phones.
The Watch is also designed to be a health-orientated device, being able to monitor your movement and heart rate. Contacts with the Watch can use the device to send each other tactile messages that vibrate on the arm.
There are three models of the Apple Watch, each with a choice of colour and straps, while each model is available in two different sizes: 38mm and 42mm.
Apple Watch is the standard model of the device and comes in either a polished or space black stainless steel case and a choice of straps.
Apple Watch Sport comes in either a space gray or silver anodised aluminum case.
Apple Watch Edition has an 18-karat rose or yellow gold case and a choice of straps exclusive to the device.
Straps come in a range of materials, styles and colours, under the names Sport Band, Classic Buckle, Leather Loop, Modern Buckle, the Milanese Loop and the Link Bracelet.
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