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Apple Watch 1.5" OLED 50g Stainless steel smartwatch

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Computerized wristwatches which can run mobile apps and sometimes function as portable media players, offering playback of FM radio, audio, and video files to the user via a Bluetooth headset. Some smartwatches have full mobile phone capability, and can make or answer phone calls.
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Long product name Apple Watch 1.5" OLED 50g Stainless steel smartwatch :
The short editorial description of Apple Watch 1.5" OLED 50g Stainless steel smartwatch

42mm, Retina display, S1, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, watchOS 1, Stainless Steel Case, Milanese Loop
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Apple Watch Watch, Stainless steel, Stainless steel, Stainless steel, Stainless steel, Rectangular, Sapphire
Long summary description Apple Watch 1.5" OLED 50g Stainless steel smartwatch :

Apple Watch, Watch. Housing color: Stainless steel, Housing material: Stainless steel, Band color: Stainless steel. RAM capacity: 512 MB, Flash memory: 8 GB. Wi-Fi standards: 802.11g,802.11b,802.11n. Battery technology: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), Battery life: 18 h. Width: 1.41" (35.9 mm), Depth: 1.65" (42 mm), Thickness: 0.413" (1.05 cm)

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2015-09-13
Testseek has collected 356 expert reviews for Apple Watch and the average expert rating is 77 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
77%
Source Review comments Score
phonearena.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Back in 2007, the smartphone world was turned upside down with the introduction of the original iPhone. In just a matter of a couple of hours, it undoubtedly pushed things forward into new heights that hadn't been obtained before – seemingly putting all...
Good Highly personalizable design, Phenomenal vibrancy with the screen, Smooth operation with the Digital crown, Good depth with the software experience from the start...
Bad A lot more expensive than most other smartwatches, Tough to use for phone calls...
Bottom line Almost hard to believe, the modern day smartwatch category has been around for quite some time – fostered by companies such as Pebble and Samsung with the Galaxy Gear a few years back, only to be expanded even further by the handful of Android Wear smartw...
80%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Do you really need a smartwatch? Up until seven months ago, that's a question I was fully expecting Apple to answer. After all, the company is best at coming into a fairly nascent category and showing users exactly why they need to have something. Just ta...
Good Attractive design. Secure, comfortable fit. Plenty of third-party apps.
Bad Expensive. Average battery life. Little functionality without connected iPhone...
Bottom line The Apple Watch is the best smartwatch yet, but it's more of a luxury item than a replacement for your Timex...
80%
itp.net
Updated:
2015-09-13
The Apple Watch needs no introduction. It's been more than five years since the first iPad was announced, and since then, we've only seen iterative new products from Cupertino every year - 2015 marks Apple's first foray into a new product category in what...
Good Looks good, feels good, strong software, very good fitness tracker...
Bad Few killer applications, expensive, not yet available in Middle East...
80%
macnn.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
As with all new Apple product launches, it can be difficult sometimes to separate the reality from the hype. The hype is understandable, of course - Apple is the biggest technology company in the world, and it doesn't often launch into all-new product cat...
Good An excellent firstgen device, Trademark Apple classleading design, fit and finish, Watch OS is advanced, intuitive, Groundbreaking technologies, Plenty of personalisation options...
Bad Display not alwayson, Not fully water resistant, Battery life good, not great...
80%
Pocketnow.com
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2015-09-13
It was the headline that shook the wearable world: late last month, in just 24 hours of preorders, Apple had sold more of its smartwatches than its competitor Google had managed to sell in an entire year . This is the kind of blitzkrieg we've come to expe...
Bottom line How you feel about the Apple Watch will depend entirely upon how you feel about wearables as a whole. Every time we review a smartwatch there's the inevitable contingent of commenters who wonder what the point of such a device is; if you're one of tho...
80%
engadget.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
​Mankind's fascination with watches capable of more than simply telling the time is nothing new. But recently, our collective interest in intelligent timepieces has spiked, and we have more and more powerful wrist-worn computers to choose from than ever -...
Good Finely crafted hardware, Strong app support, Lots of personalization options, Easytouse fitness tracking, Best smartwatch available...
Bad Thirdparty apps can feel sluggish, Some users will crave more control over notification settings, Expensive...
Bottom line The Watch is the nicest smartwatch available, but it's more status symbol than wearable revolutionary. Most of the Watch's features can be categorized as nice to have (at best) or superfluous (at worst). As such, if you're not enamored with the Watch's a...
79%
maclife.com
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2015-09-13
The Apple Watch is a very unique product, so I took a unique approach to this review. While we're all accustomed to smartphones and tablets, wearable tech still takes some time to wrap one's head around. You can't put a smartwatch on for an hour, or a day...
Good Delivers notifications better than anything. A great healthtracker.
Bad Doesn't excel at much else; most thirdparty apps are too barebones and illfitting for the device...
70%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
I'm all-in on Apple products. At my house, I've got two Macs, an Apple TV, an iPad, two iPhones, and an Apple router. I've never owned an MP3 player that wasn't an iPod, or a tablet that wasn't an iPad. And now I've got an Apple Watch to converge my Apple...
Good Haptic feedback and force touch gesture work well, Supports Apple Pay even without an iPhone present, Welldesigned Activity and Workout apps provide good tracking and motivation.
Bad No way to hide builtin apps from the home screen, Many apps and glances are slow to load...
Bottom line The Apple Watch excels as a remote control and activity tracker, but it's slow and requires a Bluetooth connection to your iPhone, among other quirks. Still, it's hard not to admire a smartwatch this pretty...
70%
tomsguide.com
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2015-09-13
Who it's for: iPhone owners who want a smartwatch tailored to their tastes, a large number of apps and unique features like Apple Pay.It's a personal assistant, fitness tracker, communicator, mobile wallet and elegant piece of jewelry all rolled into one...
Good Highly customizable design with easy-to-change bands, Beautiful display, Good use of haptics for notification, directions, Seamless Apple Pay integration, Strong app selection, Can make voice calls...
Bad Takes time to learn interface, Time isn't always displayed, Can be sluggish to update apps, No GPS, Doesn't save exercise data, Third-party apps can't access heart rate...
Bottom line The Apple Watch is a very versatile smartwatch with a striking design, rich array of features and strong app selection, but it could be more intuitive and responsive...
70%
appleinsider.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
ReviewWednesday, April 29, 2015, 06:13 am PT (09:13 am ET)After months of anticipation, the Apple Watch is here. But as pre-release hype wanes and units trickle out to early adopters, it's now a question of whether the Apple Watch delivers on its promise...
Good New, intuitive technologies for interaction, Hardware design with great band options, Notifications and good builtin apps, Apple Pay integration...
Bad Sluggish third party apps...
Bottom line Interestingly, when people saw us with the watch, they would exclaim, "Oh, you got the watch!" Not the Apple Watch, the iWatch, or some other variation, just "the watch." Then, nine times out of ten, people would follow up with the question, "what do you...
70%
ilounge.com
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2015-09-13
Apple Watch is Apple's first smartwatch and represents the company's much-anticipated foray into the wearables market. Credible reports on the existence of an Apple-designed smartwatch started to surface in early 2013, with most people generally referring...
Bottom line Pros: Very nice overall design that's easy and enjoyable to wear. Customizable look and software. Ambitious. Bright, vibrant screen. Often makes notifications (and subsequent responses) quicker and easier. Message dictation is very accurate. Minimal hardw...
70%
mobiletechreview.com
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2015-09-13
Apple includes a core selection of apps including the time app with several customizable faces, a stopwatch, timer, Photos, music, Activity Monitor, Workout, Weather, Maps, iMessages, remote iPhone camera control, Calendar, contacts and a dialer.It's Not...
Good Reasonably attractive, available in 2 sizes with several band and finish options. Fun to use, strong app selection, seamless integration with iPhone.
Bad It's fun, trendy and actually useful, but is that enough to get you onboard?...
Bottom line Do you need an Apple Watch? Probably not. Will you want one now? If you're an iPhone user, the answer is maybe. Fewer folks wear watches these days, and a compelling smartwatch has to look good, feel good and actually offer features that we find compellin...
70%
thetechreviewer.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Under the leadership of Steve Jobs, Apple quickly revolutionized the tech world with the introduction of the iPhone. Moving forward eight years and over 700M units sold, the company has just released their next innovation in technology simply dubbed the A...
Good Sleek design, High build quality, Size and weight feels like a traditional watch when worn, Battery life lasts at least a day through standard use, Integrated sensors are great for fitness tracking, 280 PPI display is vivid and sharp, Notifications are co...
Bad Higher priced versions only differ in build materials, Screen is reflective and shows fingerprints easily, Third party apps are slow and buggy, Integrated speaker for phone calls is rather weak, Customization of watch face is limited in current firmware...
Bottom line Apple's first endeavor in the wearable market was much like their original iPhone, not the smoothest though full of potential. The device is meant to be a companion to your smartphone (not a replacement) and with this I think Apple has executed well on th...
70%
brighthand.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Apple wants to define the smartwatch. Just as it defined the tablet and smartphone, Apple wants consumers to look at the Apple Watch and say “that's what every wearable should be.”It follows a predictable pattern. Apple is not the first to market here. Go...
Good Well built, Great display, Navigation and messaging prove useful...
Bad Confusing and inconsistent UI, Few decent apps, Notifications can cause madness, managing them burdensome...
Bottom line The Apple Watch is very frustrating on multiple levels. There are times it figuratively clicks and works in a way unique to smartwatches. But there are more times it literally clicks and beeps with useless notifications. The display is fantastic, as is...
60%
audioholics.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
The Apple Watch is the new product from the house of the Apple. Before I launch into the review, there are a few things that will bring this review into focus. First, although I have several Apple products, I am not an Apple apologist. I believe you choos...
Good Exceptional build quality with good material choices, Refined OS and interface, Excellent out of the box functionality from 1st party apps, Feels natural on the wrist, Intuitive activity tracking, Does not require separate activation with a service provid...
Bad Slow 3rd party apps especially between watch and iPhone, Requires daily charge (18 hour battery life), Some glitches both with WatchOS and iPhone Apple Watch app, Some features seem halfbaked or incomplete, Requires a WiFi or Bluetooth connection to an iP...
50%
macobserver.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Apple Watch is available in three models: Apple Watch Sport (aluminum), Apple Watch (stainless steel), and Apple Watch Edition (gold). All come in two color choices: silver or space gray for the Sport, silver or space black for the steel model, and gold o...
Good Excellent design and build quality, makes checking iPhone alerts more convenient, amazingly accurate heart rate monitor...
Bad May not replace your current fitness tracker, thirdparty app and Glance performance is slow, managing settings on iPhone can get tedious...
30%
9to5mac.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Apple Watch charging stands are sure to be a popular item as the device needs charging nightly. Not everyone, however, needs a dock that costs more than the charging cable that's sold separately, and accessory maker Spigen has an affordable alternative fo...
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androidauthority.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Wearables have slowly been finding their feet over the last couple of years, and were given a much needed boost with the arrival of Android Wear. That said, whether we love it or hate it, what has further pushed this technology into the mainstream is the...
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computerworld.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
The first question most people ask an Apple Watch owner is: "What does it do?"The flip answer is easy: It tells time.The more serious answer, and it's the one that surprises a lot of people, is that Apple's newest device can actually cut down on the digit...
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computerworld.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Video review...
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gizmodo.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Two weeks ago, I started wearing an Apple Watch. Ive come to a conclusion: I just paid hundreds of dollars to be a glorified beta tester for Apples latest product. But you know what? Im glad I did—because Apples latest product really needs a kick in t...
Bottom line No. Almost certainly not. There’s only one real reason to buy the Apple Watch today: if you so badly crave a gadget that’s new and different that you’re willing to settle for something broken.The good news: first-generation Apple products always suck! Loo...
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imore.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Apple's attempt to bring the watch into the computer age — and computing into the age of wearables.We've seen it countless times: A starship reaches orbit, then launches a smaller ship. Enterprise. Executor. Galactica. They're meant for the bigger jobs, t...
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makeuseof.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Like the iPhone before it , everyone was talking about the Apple Watch long before it was announced by the company themselves. Shortly after going on sale, shipping dates for new orders slipped to June or later, as early adopters rushed to part with their...
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macworld.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
The good, the bad, and the ugly...
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the-gadgeteer.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
After several days of using my Apple Watch Sport , I still haven't tried out everything it offers. For example, I still haven't tried using it for music, because I don't typically carry music on my iPhone and use an iPod nano instead. I have tried out a l...
Good Lots of native apps, and you can add many 3rdparty apps from the Watch app store, Easy to learn how to use it, but there are official videos and a User Guide online to help you...
Bad Many people say the Watch is too expensive, but I don't think the Watch Sport is too expensive for what it can do...
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bgr.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
You know one thing that's great about the Apple Watch ? People often don't realize it's a smartwatch. I discovered this while visiting the Normandy American Cemetery at Omaha Beach in Normandy, France when I asked the guard at the security checkpoint if h...
0%
techworld.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Apple's smartwatch , called the Apple Watch rather than the expected iWatch, is available to buy now. Here, we bring you an Apple Watch review based on out experience with the hot new device so far.Apple has always paid particular attention to the design...
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slashgear.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
To call the Apple Watch polarizing is to do the splenetic depths of online argument around it an injustice. For the past few weeks I've been living in the eye of that storm, the contentious wearable on my wrist. I've worked with it. I've traveled with it...
Bottom line If I have a smartphone in my pocket and a tablet in my bag, and perhaps a laptop too, do I really need a smartwatch on my wrist as well?Like every smartwatch I've tried, Apple Watch is imperfect. Much of that - like underwhelming third-party apps - is lik...
0%
9to5mac.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
Precision. That's the word that immediately came to mind the minute I picked up my Apple Watch for the first time. Something about this device felt different, on an almost subconscious level, from any other Apple product I've used before. Perhaps I was ju...
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arstechnica.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
If you're wondering whether to buy an Apple Watch, consider your computing life as a hierarchy of needs :At the bottom sits your must have devicea computer, tablet, or phonecapable of independently accessing the Internet and storing useful quantities of d...
Good Lots and lots of body and band options, Firstparty apps offer a good compromise between simplicity and functionality, The watches and all their bands share an attractive, sturdy design, Screen looks great anywhere except under bright, direct sunlight...
Bad Watch OS is tricky to learn and the Apple Watch app can be flaky, Several actions, including pulling up Glances, opening apps, or scrolling through emoji, are consistently slow, Drawing, tapping, and heartbeatsending features are gimmicky, Pricing is r...
Bottom line Enlarge / Partners in crime.Andrew CunninghamIf you're wondering whether to buy an Apple Watch, consider your computing life as a hierarchy of needs:At the bottom sits your must have device—a computer, tablet, or phone—capable of independently accessing t...
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mashable.com
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2015-09-13
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bgr.com
Updated:
2015-09-13
If you're on the fence about the Apple Watch , there are certainly no shortage of reviews to help guide your decision. Still, the vast majority of reviews that came in the wake of Apple's embargo being lifted a few weeks ago were either too short to be te...
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mashable.com
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2015-09-13
When you have an Apple Watch on your wrist you automatically turn into a bit of a tool. My arm was doing totally unnecessary maneuvers — hair flicking all over town, reaching for things I didn't need and I kept purposely pushing my sleeves up.It was Frida...
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hothardware.com
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2015-09-13
At this point, it is clear that virtually all of the major mobile device manufacturers are laser focused on the wearables market. While one could argue that the war for the wrist began a couple of years ago, most of the smartwatches that have shipped thus...
Good Eyecatching, highquality design, Works seamlessly with iPhone, Enables you to stop looking at your phone so much, Great thirdparty app support thus far...
Bad Fitness sensors are only tuned for cardio...
Bottom line Nearly five years ago to the day, I reviewed the original iPad. It was clearly the start of something new, but it was too early to tell how developers would evolve to fully exploit the new platform. I'd say the Apple Watch is similar in that regard. This...
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phonedog.com
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2015-09-13
The Apple Watch is finally here, but it may not be easy to set up. Join Marco as he takes you on a software overview that touches on all aspects of the Apple Watch software!Don't forget to VOTE! Each week, PhoneDog Fans vote for their #1 smartphone in the...
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the-gadgeteer.com
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2015-09-13
I loved the idea of the Apple Watch, and I really wanted one. But this summer we're doing some upgrades to our kitchen, and I felt I should just skip the Watch this year. Pre-order day came and went without me placing an order, but I broke down and placed...
Good Easy to pair the Watch with your iPhone and set it up, Lots of native apps, and you can add many 3rdparty apps from the Watch app store, Easy to learn how to use it, but there are official videos and a User Guide online to help you...
Bad Many people say the Watch is too expensive, but I don't think the Watch Sport is too expensive for what it can do...
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bgr.com
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2015-09-13
After spending a good amount of time with my new Apple Watch, I have not been able to find the one defining feature that would make it a must-have device for everyone. In fact, I couldn't even explain to some of my friends why it made sense for me to buy...
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yahoo.com
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2015-09-13
READ: 9 Other Apple Watch Reviewers' OpinionsAnd, of course, it sells iPhones. You can't use an Apple Watch without an iPhone, just as you can't use an Android Wear smartwatch without an Android phone.Once you get to know the watch, you realize that Apple...
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phonedog.com
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2015-09-13
The Apple Watch is upon us and with its release in just a few short weeks, we went to an Apple Store to get properly fitted for their new watch and also take a look at the hardware and software!Don't forget to VOTE! Each week, PhoneDog Fans vote for their...
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bgr.com
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2015-09-13
The Apple Watch is probably the most hotly anticipated wearable device to date, as no other company managed to do for a smartwatch what Apple did in terms of buzz. The massive media coverage the gadget received starting with its September 2014 announcemen...
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bgr.com
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2015-09-13
Ever since the Apple Watch was first unveiled this past September, one of the looming questions about the device has been how well the battery might fare during the course of a normal day's usage. Initially, Apple was extremely coy about the device's batt...
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bgr.com
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2015-09-13
The reviews are in, and everyone loves the Apple Watch ! Wait, actually, there have been some pretty mixed reviews of Apple's first wearable device. Beneath a thick layer of WOW! in the early reviews often lies confusion and even disappointment in some as...
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bgr.com
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2015-09-13
The early reviews for the Apple Watch are in and while there's a general consensus that the device is the best smartwatch ever made, there seems to be some apprehension about just how much of a positive that really is. Beloved gadget reviewer Marques Brow...
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bgr.com
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2015-09-13
The early reviews for the Apple Watch are in and while there's a general consensus that the device is the best smartwatch ever made, there seems to be some apprehension about just how much of a positive that really is. Beloved gadget reviewer Marques Brow...
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wsj.com
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2015-09-13
The Apple Watch puts the iPhone in its proper place—your pocket.I've got a utilitarian view of the year's most-hyped piece of bling. Sapphire crystal and $10,000 gold alloy aren't what make the Apple Watch the first smartwatch worth buying.What's valuable...
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yahoo.com
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2015-09-13
— Ed Baig, USA Today(The Verge)“There's no question that the Apple Watch is the most capable smartwatch available today. It is one of the most ambitious products I've ever seen; it wants to do and change so much about how we interact with technology. But...
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gizmochina.com
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2015-09-13
of the value of the standard Apple Watch. Yes, you can get it for as less as 200 Yuan which comes to around $32! That's the cheapest price you'll get a device like this. So, what do you think about the device? Looks good? var td_screen_width = document.b...
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androidauthority.com
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2015-09-13
Apple has just announced the final details of its first entry into the smartwatch market, so let's take a look at how the Apple Watch stacks up against the best that Android Wear has to offer.Both platforms work as a companion to their smartphone counterp...
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anandtech.com
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2015-09-13
Prior to the launch of the Apple Watch, there had been rumors that Apple would make a watch for quite some time. In a broader sense, the wearables industry has become an area of significant interest as the next growth market after devices like tablets and...
Bottom line There are so many aspects of the Apple Watch that really have to be considered before we figure out whether Apple has succeeded, so we have to break this down into multiple aspects. The first is the design, because people that wear wristwatches all the ti...
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imore.com
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2015-09-13
I knew I wanted an Apple Watch since I first saw it announced it last September.My son has told the story already, but when he called to let me know he was flying home from the event, I told him I was replaying the Apple Watch video again. Seeing it demon...
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geardiary.com
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2015-09-13
But I needed a band, or bands that I could wear in different scenarios. And I finally think I found a good set for all occasions.So when I was sent over a few of Monowear's Apple Watch third-party bands to test out, I was kind of on the fence. I've seen a...
Good The bands themselves are very sturdy, especially the mesh to the point you know they are secure on the wrist...
Bad Possibly an option online for either black or chrome loops for the Nylon & leather bands for all bands...
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techworld.com
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2015-09-13
We compare the Microsoft Band and the Apple Watch based on what we know about the Apple Watch from the launch, and spending time with the Microsoft Band.With built-in GPS, a UV sensor, skin temperature and perspiration sensors, and a broad set of smartwat...
Bottom line Without knowing more about the Apple Watch we can give no definitive verdict, of course. But a few things are clear. The Microsoft Band is far from perfect, but it is a super-powered activity tracker that offers some smartwatch capabilities. It is well pr...
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techworld.com
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2015-09-13
The Apple Watch and the LG G Watch R are two of the most exciting upcoming wearable tech devices, set to take the world by storm. But as you glance at your wrist and consider with which trinket to adorn it, the choice is about to become a tricky one. In t...
Bottom line The Apple Watch will surely generate all the hype, but if you are not an iPhone user at this range we can't see that there is any reason to desire that watch over the better Android watches. The LG G Watch R is certainly one of the latter. Of course we ne...
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techworld.com
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2015-09-13
Motorola and Apple made us wait for what felt like forever to unveil their smartwatches , but both were well worth the wait. In our Apple Watch vs Motorola Moto 360 comparison review we put two of 2014's most stylish smartwatches head to head.The Apple Wa...
Bottom line Wristwatches have never been just about telling the time, just as smartwatches are not just about outsmarting the competition. Whether you agree with the sentiment or not, the watch you wear is as much about making a fashion statement as it is about telli...
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bgr.com
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2015-09-13
Oh, quite a journey we have had so far in just a few short months. Even though the Apple Watch was released on April 24th, the device was first announced practically a year earlier, and rumors had been swirling forever that Apple was entering the wearable...
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wired.com
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2015-09-13
Apple CEO Tim Cook talks about the new fitness-tracking capabilities of the new Apple Watch family. The company held a big media event in Cupertino, California on Tuesday morning. Alex Washburn/WIREDThere's also a separate Workout app that can break your...
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wired.com
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2015-09-13
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wired.com
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2015-09-13
We're expecting Apple to announce a pair of new, larger iPhones, details about iOS 8 (especially HomeKit, and HealthKit), and perhaps even Apple's own wearable. Apple's built a three-story tall structure outside today's auditorium where we'll likely get o...
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wired.com
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2015-09-13
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androidguys.com
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2015-09-13
In case you've been living under a rock, the wearable space has grown drastically for major companies throughout the world over a few months' time. With Google's quicker-than-ever rollout of Android Wear and Apple's first iteration of Apple Watch, things...
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macworld.com
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2015-09-13
We go up close with the new Apple Watch...
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Sensors An accelerometer and gyroscope in the Apple Watch track your activity throughout the day. Wifi and GPS from your phone combine with this data to record the distance you've traveled. Sensors on the back of the watch capture your heart rate -- (rest...
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recombu.com
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2015-09-13
Apple Watch review: With Apple's first smartwatch finally hitting stores, here's our full in-depth review to help you decide if it's really worth the asking price.It's doesn't pack a circular face like we were hoping, but it is a thing of beauty. The leve...
Good Beautiful design, Two day battery life, Fast charging, Great screen...
Bad WatchOS is awkward, Unresponsive apps, Expensive...
Bottom line So should you buy an Apple Watch? Maybe. If you're after a smartwatch and use an iPhone, your options are this or the new Pebble Time or Time Steel, both of which are more affordable, but don't offer as finely tailored an experience as the Apple Watch.It'...
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computerworld.com
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2015-09-13
Every once in a while, there comes a bit of tech that lets you do what you're already doing, but in simpler and more effective ways. After using the Apple Watch for a month, I've decided that the watch is that kind of product. If you're already in the App...
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networkworld.com
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2015-09-13
Every once in a while, there comes a bit of tech that lets you do what you're already doing, but in simpler and more effective ways. After using the Apple Watch for a month, I've decided that the watch is that kind of product. If you're already in the App...
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geardiary.com
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2015-09-13
…we're still trying to figure out how to use it well.The same is true when iPhone first came out. Steve Jobs called it an iPod, a phone, and an internet communication device. It's funny in retrospect, because even though I regularly use the music, phone...
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imore.com
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2015-09-13
Fantastical by Flexibits is the calendar app I use on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.I'm typically a default app kind of person, but Fantastical makes entering and finding appointments so much faster and better than the default calendar app, it overcame my usual b...
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gottabemobile.com
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2015-09-13
The Apple Watch can completely change your mobile existence and is worth every penny of its $349 price tag for just three of its countless features. Forget about any problems you may have heard, those are easily offset by how easy the Apple Watch is to us...
Good Battery lasts more than a day, Comfortable to wear, Activity tracking is accurate, Apple Pay & Passbook are excellent, Notifications and Glances, Siri on Your Wrist...
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beatweek.com
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2015-09-13
When I say the Apple Watch feels like a third generation product, it's a compliment, but it doesn't mean what you think it means. Skeptics love to say that Apple doesn't get its new products right until the third generation. They're being sophomoric, but...
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phonedog.com
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2015-09-13
Top 7 Tips and Tricks on Apple Watch!Don't forget to VOTE! Each week, PhoneDog Fans vote for their #1 smartphone in the Official Smartphone Rankings. Vote now and contribute to the industry's most relevant weekly ranking charts.View the discussion thread...
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