Posted January 14, 2018 15:19:40Apple is making a major comeback with the launch of the Apple Watch, the first smartwatch to offer a built-in GPS system and a new, all-glass design that feels a lot more premium than previous iterations.
But what sets it apart is the company’s decision to make the watch’s main screen a fully immersive virtual reality experience.
The Apple Watch was supposed to be a big deal in the smartwatch world, with a screen that could bring the same high-definition display that was on previous Apple Watches and a large display that could give it a real edge over competitors.
It would be the first Apple Watch to include a GPS receiver that would help it locate and track you.
But the first batch of units weren’t particularly well received.
Instead, the company rolled out a cheaper version that looked just as good, but wasn’t as easy to find.
Apple Watch 2.0, meanwhile, was announced last year with a glass back that made the device look like a traditional smartwatch, but without the glass back.
But with the new version, the Apple Watchedome has finally gotten its act together.
The screen is now entirely glass, allowing for a much sharper display that feels much more premium to the touch.
And the screen now displays notifications and alerts when you push the back button, rather than when you tap on the screen.
It’s also been improved in other ways, too, such as its wireless charging system.
Apple claims that the AppleWatch 2.1 uses a special Bluetooth chip that makes it a lot easier to connect to your iPhone than before.
The new watch also has a faster GPS receiver, which makes it easier to use in the field.
Apple’s newest watch is already selling out, but there’s no telling if the new design will hold up over time.
If you’ve been waiting for a smartwatch with a larger display, you may want to wait for a watch with a higher resolution screen.
But if you’re just looking for a more affordable version of the same device, you might want to stick with the original design.