Not too long ago, the folks at Time Magazine revealed their list of 25 Best inventions of 2014 which showcases some of the best products unveiled this year.
Included in the list is Apple Watch which was unveiled earlier this year, along with several other products such as the Surface Pro 3 and the Blackphone.
Most smart watches have proved to be anything but: they try to shrink down the experience of using a cell phone, with clunky results. Apple’s Watch, by contrast, wholly reimagines the computer for the wrist, using a novel interface that combines a touchscreen and physical buttons. Besides telling time, the Watch can send messages, give directions, track fitness and make wireless payments. It’s also an attractive piece of fashion, with high-end Edition models that feature 18-karat gold.
Apple Watch is not yet available in the market, and will come in different editions, including a one with 18-karat gold which is expected to cost over $5,000. Apple is yet to formally announce the exact availability date, but it is said to launch in the early 2015. How early? We don’t know that yet.
It’s quite different when compared with other smartwatches, offering a totally different user interface and functionality. So it doesn’t only tell you the time, you can perform a variety of tasks from your wrist including the ability to make wireless payments via Apple Pay.Filed Under: Apple, Top News