Our most personal device yet.
To make the best use of its size and location on your wrist, Apple Watch has
all-new interactions and technologies. They let you do familiar things more
quickly and conveniently. As well as some things that simply weren’t possible
before. So using it is a whole new experience. One that’s more personal than
An incredibly precise timepiece.
High-quality watches have long been defined by their ability to keep
unfailingly accurate time, and Apple Watch is no exception. In conjunction with
your iPhone, it keeps time within 50 milliseconds of the definitive global time
standard. It even lets you customize your watch face to present time in a more
meaningful, personal context that’s relevant to your life and schedule.
Entirely new ways to stay in touch.
Apple Watch makes all the ways you’re used to communicating more convenient.
And because it sits right on your wrist, it can add a physical dimension to
alerts and notifications. For example, you’ll feel a gentle tap with each
incoming message. Apple Watch also lets you connect with your favorite people
in fun, spontaneous ways — like sending a tap, a sketch, or even your heartbeat
* There’s an Apple Watch for everyone.
* Selecting a watch is very personal. As with all things you wear, how it
looks is at least as important as what it does. So we set out to make Apple
Watch something you’ll love to use every day. As well as something you can’t
wait to put on every morning.
* case sizes: 38mm
* Innovation in every interaction.
* Apple Watch is unlike any device we’ve ever made. But we wanted interacting
with it to be just as easy and intuitive as using your iPhone or working on a
Mac. So we invented all-new ways to select, navigate, and input that are
ideally suited to a smaller device worn on the wrist. The result is an
experience that’s both unique to Apple Watch and quintessentially Apple.
* Digital Crown. A modern twist on a traditional feature.
* Every new product we’ve introduced has been defined by a unique input
device. With Apple Watch, it’s the Digital Crown. On mechanical watches, the
crown has historically been used to set the time and date and to wind the
mainspring. We reimagined it as a versatile tool that answers the fundamental
challenge of how to magnify content on a small display. Pinching to zoom, as
you do on iPhone, is impractical. But turning the Digital Crown allows you to
navigate nimbly and precisely, without obstructing your view. You can zoom in
and out of photos, quickly scroll through lists, input data, or press it like a
button to return to your watch face. The Digital Crown is an integral part of
the Apple Watch experience.
* Entirely new, yet immediately familiar. From the moment you wake the
display with a simple raise of the wrist, you’ll be comfortable using Apple
Watch. The Watch OS feels amazingly fresh. But it’s visually reminiscent of
what you’re used to seeing, and is designed around simple gestures, such as
zooming and panning, that already come naturally. Navigation is fluid and
responsive. And the arrangement of apps is simple and orderly. We even
developed a new typeface to maximize legibility. All of which means you’ll know
your way around Apple Watch in virtually no time.
* Sensitive enough to tell a tap from a press. In addition to recognizing
touch, Apple Watch senses force, adding a new dimension to the user interface.
Force Touch uses tiny electrodes around the flexible Retina display to
distinguish between a light tap and a deep press, and trigger instant access to
a range of contextually specific controls. With Force Touch, pressing firmly on
the screen brings up additional controls in apps like Messages, Music, and
Calendar. It also lets you select different watch faces, pause or end a
workout, search an address in Maps, and more. Force Touch is the most
significant new sensing capability since Multi‑Touch.
* Not just on the wrist. Designed for it. Apple Watch is ideal for quick
looks and fast interactions. The apps it comes with have been designed to take
advantage of that. There are apps you’re familiar with — like Mail, Messages,
and Maps — that work in all‑new ways. Apps that become even more convenient on
the wrist, like Siri, Music, and Passbook. And completely new apps, like
Activity, Workout, and Camera Remote, which turns Apple Watch into a viewfinder
for the iSight camera on your iPhone.
* Camera Remote
* World Clock
* WatchOS Navigation
* Capacitive touch (tap, swipe)
* Force touch (press)
* Digital crown (scroll, zoom, home, time, accessibility, Siri)
* Button (Friends, Apple Pay, power)
* Ambient light
* Heart rate Connectivity
* Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy (LE)
* Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz (system use only) Battery life
* 18 hours
* 3 hours talk time
* 6.5 hours audio playback
* 6.5 hours workout use
* 48 hours time check
* 72 hours power reserve (time only)
Inductive charging time
* 1.5 hours to 80%
* 2.5 hours to 100% Water resistance
* IPX7 under IEC standard 60529 Processors
* Apple S1 computer-on-a-chip Storage
* 8 GB total
* 2 GB for music
* 75 MB for photos Key Features
* Capacitive touch
* Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy (LE)
* Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz (system use only)
* Battery life 18 hours
* 8 GB Storage (only 2GB for music)