Apple Watch

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Apple Watch
Apple Watch official logo.svg
White AppleWatch with Screen.png
DeveloperApple Inc.
ManufacturerQuanta Computer
TypeSmartwatch
Release dateEarly 2015
Introductory priceFrom US$349
DiscontinuedSeptember 7, 2016 (1st Generation)
Operating systemwatchOS[1][2]
CPUApple S1
DisplaySapphire crystal, strengthened Ion-X glass
ConnectivityBluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi
DimensionsTwo case sizes: 38 mm and 42 mm
Websitehttps://www.apple.com/watch/

The Apple Watch is an electronic watch from Apple Inc. It has been available to buy in stores and online since early 2015.

The Apple Watch can do things like measure your heartbeat and works like a walkie-talkie when used together with an iPhone 5 or newer iPhone. It can also access the Internet to download and run apps. Because of this, many people call it a "smartwatch".

The Apple Watch was released on April 24, 2015 and quickly became the best-selling wearable device with 4.2 million sold in the second quarter of the 2015.

The second generation of Apple Watches were released in September 2016: the Apple Watch Series 1 and Apple Watch Series 2, while the first generation was discontinued.

The Apple Watch Series 3 was released on September 22, 2017 alongside the discontinuation of the Apple Watch Series 2.

The Apple Watch Series 4 was announced on September 12, 2018, with the Apple Watch Series 1 no longer being produced.

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Apple Watch

The Apple Watch works with Apple Pay, a mobile payment service that was announced at the same event that the watch was announced. It can control the Apple TV, act as a walkie-talkie, and lets you control the iPhone camera.[3]

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  1. "Apple Watch – Overview". Apple Inc. Retrieved 2014-09-09.
  2. "Apple Watch – Technology". Apple Inc. September 9, 2014. Retrieved September 11, 2014.
  3. "The Verge: The 15 most important announcements from the Apple Watch, iPhone 6 event". The Verge. 9 September 2014. Retrieved 10 September 2014.

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