Apple have confirmed the release date for their new wearable device.
The Apple Watch was first announced back in September, though details were scarce. Now we know the the latest Apple gadget will be available on April 24, with pre-orders starting from April 10. have additional information on features and just now much we’re going to have to spend to get our hands on one.
The device comes in three models – in 38mm and 42mm sizes – with the Watch Sport priced at £299 and £339, Watch available from £479 to £949 and the Watch Edition – made from custom rose or yellow 18-carat gold alloys – starting at an eye-watering £8,000.
The watch must be synced to an iPhone to be operational, working alongside a dedicated companion app that will be included in iOS 8.2. It comes with a built-in microphone that will allow users to receive calls to the watch, which will also show full emails.
Siri is included as well, with the watch responding to voice commands.
Apple have also been working to ensure that a host of apps will be available at launch, including Facebook, Shazam and Instagram.
The Apple Watch will be available from launch date in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong and Japan.