Apple Watch Launched in India Starting at Rs 30,900: Here are the 8 Tips and Trick You Should Know

By Vigneshwar

As promised, the Cupertino giant, Apple has launched its first wearable dubbed as Apple Watch, in the Indian market at a price starting from Rs. 30,900. Initially, it was unveiled back in September last year and went on sales early this year.

Apple Watch Launched in India Starting at Rs 30,900

According to the report from Canalys, the Apple has shipped over 7 millions smartwatch since its inception.

Commenting on the report, Daniel Matte, Analyst said, "After experiencing significant supply chain constraints early on, Apple managed to overcome its production struggles with the Apple Watch and is building momentum going into Q4."

Apple Watch Launched in India Starting at Rs 30,900

Coming to the specifications, the Apple Watch comes in two variant interms of display -- the 38mm variant with 1.34-inch AMOLED display with 272x340 pixels at 326ppi and a 42mm version 1.54-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 312x390 pixels at 326ppi.

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Further, it comes with a built-in gyroscope, heart rate sensor, Taptic Engine that senses all the inputs. It also comes with voice activated assistant Siri inside. Moving on to the price point, the 38mm variant of the Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch and Apple Watch edition start at Rs 30,900, Rs 48,900 and Rs 8,20,000 respectively.

While the 42mm variant Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch and Apple Watch edition start at Rs 34,900, Rs 52,900 and Rs 9,90,000 respectively.

Here are 8 of the tips and tricks that you can apply to make best use of your Apple Watch:

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