System on a chip: Apple S1 | Storage: 8 GB | Initial operating system: watchOS 1.0 | Display: 42 mm: 24.34 30.42 mm; 38.96 mm (1.534 in) diagonally, 312390 pixels, 326 PPI | Battery: 246mAh
System on a chip: Apple S1 | Storage: 8 GB | Initial operating system: watchOS 1.0 | Display: 42 mm: 24.34 30.42 mm; 38.96 mm (1.534 in) diagonally, 312390 pixels, 326 PPI | Battery: 246mAhLess
So is the Apple Watch worth your time? Well, as much as we hate to say it, it really depends. For now, the Apple Watch is for early adopters that enjoy exploring the latest and greatest technology. If you have an iPhone, always want to be connected, deal with lots of notifications, and want a personal accessory that helps you keep in touch with friends and loved ones, consider going with an Apple Watch. Even though it's the lowest-grade model, the Apple Watch Sport is still one of the most expensive smartwatches. It doesn't have the best battery life, is relatively slow and has a steep lear... Full review
The Apple Watch Sport is a good 1st generation product that you'll find useful if you want the best of a smarwatch and a fitness band.
It will allow you to conveniently make calls, receive and reply to text messages, keep up to date with social media notifications and more. It will therefore be a useful addition in helping you to keep on top of your busy life.
When it comes to getting you fit it has an inbuilt accelerometer to track your steps taken and your calories burned while using it's Activity and Workout app to give you guidance on how to keep striving towards your fi... Full review
Is the Apple Watch Sport worth its $349 price tag? Yes and no, depending on how you perceive it. The Apple Watch is a quality product as you would expect from Apple, its premium build quality and rich software experience is definitely worth its asking price. However, if you are looking for a wearable that you can call it a true companion for your iPhone, the Apple Watch is still far from being one as you will still need to complete most of your tasks by taking out your phone, it will take a while for Apple to make watchOS a better wearable operating system, and I certainly do not see any po... Full review
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I would say that the best bet is to wait for the second generation. As with all Apple products, the second generation will be much better. This is obviously a first generation product. Sure, WatchOS 2 will make it better, but the second generation model will be even better.
There are already rumors about the Apple Watch 2, including a FaceTime camera and Wi-Fi. There are even rumors that it will launch in September, which I really doubt. GPS wo... Full review
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No questions for the moment.