When Apple took the center stage earlier this year, expectations were massive on what kind of new technological advances we might get to see. And as promised, apart from delivering the two different variants of the new iPhone 6, the company also unveiled the Watch.
There are reports currently that the new Watch from Apple is set for a 2015 release. A new statement on the same states that Spring of 2015 is the most probable date of the release of the new wearable from Apple. "We're going into the holiday, we'll go into Chinese New Year, and then we've got a new watch launch coming in the spring," reads a new transcript for the same.
But while the whole world waits for the Apple Watch patiently, you might already be divided on whether to buy the new wearable or pass up on it. Here are 5 reasons why you should buy it.
Just so you know, Apple has created a full range of Watch bands in a variety of materials. These arrive with beautifully engineered buckles and closures that provide the perfect finishing touch. Not to mention they look great.
Each Apple Watch will come with a host of watch faces that you can change whenever you like. You can also add specialized functions (called complications) to most faces. You can also choose stopwatches, stock quotes, weather updates, and more with your new Apple Watch.
Apple has designed the new Watch to reflect a wide range of stylistic preferences. And it has even curated three distinctive collections to help you find the watch that's right for you. There's the original Watch, the Watch Sport and the Watch Edition for you to choose from. Just so you know, the Watch Edition offers 18-karat gold cases in yellow or rose with sapphire crystal.
The Apple Watch comes with a Digital Crown. Rotating the Digital Crown allows you to zoom and scroll nimbly and precisely, without obstructing your view. You can also push it like a button to return to the Home screen, making it an integral part of the Apple Watch experience. The Digital Crown is Apple's way of keeping hold of its innovative side.
When in sync with the iPhone, Apple Watch continually checks against the definitive global time standard with the same precision found in GPS satellites. When daylight saving time begins, Apple Watch simply changes to the new time so that you don't have to do it manually.