Apple iWatch Event Live Stream Free, Start Time: ‘Spring Forward’ Apple Watch Unveiling, Features and Availability Date

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The Apple Watch will be available in 4 metallic colors, as well as two special edition colors.


Christian Post Report – Apple is set to launch its newest device, the Apple Watch, on Monday during their “Spring Forward” event in San Francisco. The event has a start time of 1 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream via the Apple website (details below).

Apple sent out invitations to U.S. and U.K. tech journalists earlier this month for their March 9 “Spring Forward” special event to be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, where a new product, the Apple Watch will reportedly be unveiled.

The initial teaser reveal for the Smart Watch last September during the unveiling of iPhone 6 and Apple Pay disclosed the wearable’s sleek body, some details, and an initial price point. On March 9, the occasion will fully highlight the device, including specifics on when and where it will be available, what it will do, and how much it is going to cost.

Gold Apple Watch Reuters/Photo

While Apple did mention the starting price for a Smart Watch will begin at $349, some versions of the device are expected to be more expensive. There are currently three known versions: the regular Smart Watch, the Watch Sport, and the yellow gold or rose gold Watch Edition, the latter currently estimated to retail between $4,999 to $7,500.

The Smart Watch, which is intended as an add-on for the iPhone and will communicate with it via Bluetooth, will reportedly be available in a host of color cases and bands users can choose from.

Apart from telling time, the new wearable will activate its display with the simple motion of raising a wrist, differentiate between a touch and a press, track a user’s number of steps and other fitness data, feature a mini-sketchpad for users to draw and send small pictures to contacts, transmit heartbeat data to another Smart Watch user, support the company’s latest payment system — the Apple Pay, and like a futuristic film scenario, allow users to take phone calls via their wrist.

Battery life for the Smart Watch is expected to be pegged at 2.5 hours for heavy app use, four hours for fitness tracking, and up to a reported 19 hours of battery life with normal wear. Sources are also saying the device may be available in the U.S. as early as March 20.

The Apple iWatch event will be streamed online on Monday at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET), on the Apple website by clicking here. The event requires Safari and an Apple device to view.

Source : Christian Post

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