- With the Digital Crown, you can scroll, zoom, and navigate Apple Watch without covering the display.
- Apple Watch has a flexible Retina display. It's laminated to a single crystal of sapphire, the hardest transparent material after diamond.
- Infrared and visible-light LEDs, along with photosensors, detect your pulse rate.
- To get to your apps, just press the Digital Crown. The Home screen looks familiar, but it’s a new experience designed for the Apple Watch display.
- Most Apple Watch faces are extremely customizable. You can change colors, choose design elements, and add functionality.
- You always have complete control of what information reaches your Apple Watch.
- Apple Watch has Siri. Press and hold the Digital Crown to activate.
- Receive and send messages in amazing ways — from your wrist. Send preset phrases, smart responses based on your conversation, audio messages, your location — even interactive emojis.
- Apple Watch comes with the Photos app. Zoom in on a picture with a turn of the Digital Crown.
- Any photos you Favorite on your iPhone or Mac will automatically appear on your Apple Watch.
- Maps doesn’t just show you the way, it guides you to go right or left with a tap.
- Press the side button to bring up Friends, a place to see the people you stay in touch with most.
- From Friends, you can make a call, send a message, or connect with new Digital Touch features.
- If your friend has an Apple Watch, you can give them a gentle tap on the wrist, even if they’re thousands of miles away.
- Send a flower. Send a fish. Send any sketch with your finger.
- Apple Watch is an entirely new opportunity for developers. And it’s simple for them to extend their apps to Apple Watch.
- WatchKit lets developers make apps that appear right on the home screen of Apple Watch.
- Apps built with WatchKit take advantage of the larger battery and processing power in your iPhone. While displaying the app on Apple Watch.
Thursday, 25 September 2014
Apple Watch: The most awaited product of the Century
“Apple Watch is the most personal device we’ve ever created.” – Tim Cook
News Courtesy: Apple