Apple Watch has always been a bit of a letdown in terms of specs, but the company has been making major strides lately to bring the device to market, so it’s only natural that Apple Watch fans will start wondering what all the fuss is about.
That’s where you come in.
First, here’s a quick primer on what you need to know before you dive into this article.
The Watch is the first wearable Apple has made for the masses.
That means that the watch will be the first of many Apple products to be marketed exclusively to Apple Watch users.
If you’re already an Apple fan, you’ll also be excited to hear that Apple has decided to include a built-in music player in the Watch, and it has already announced that it will start selling new Apple Watch bands in the coming weeks.
The Watch will also feature a ton of other goodies, including a larger battery, faster charging and even an all-new, larger “iPad” that will be able to display an Apple app on it.
But all that is only the tip of the iceberg.
Apple has also been working on making the Watch a bit more useful.
That includes new smartwatch apps and new notifications.
As mentioned before, the Watch will start launching with a few apps that will help you keep track of what you’re watching and what you should be doing.
The new “iPads” that Apple is launching with are the first to come out of the gate with the Apple Watch, so the Watch is going to have a lot of apps to choose from when it launches.
And finally, Apple Watch owners will also have a whole bunch of other apps available to them in the form of apps that make use of the Watch’s cameras.
These apps include Apple Pay, iMessage, Calendar, and iPhoto.
There are also a lot more apps to come.
Apple Watch’s battery life has been a constant issue since the company started shipping the device.
The company has said that the device can last up to seven days on a single charge, but many of the devices we’ve seen have a much lower battery life of around two days.
We’ve also seen that the Watch can last even longer on a charge if you put it in the bathroom, but that’s a completely different story.
If anything, we’d like to see the Watch take longer to charge, especially since the Watch runs on a tiny 5,000mAh battery that is actually the size of a dime.
It also has a “waterproof” status, which means that it won’t leak if you’re in an enclosed space, but it does take longer for water to drain out of your device.
We’ll let you know more as we get closer to launch.