At Apple Watch media event there wasn’t any unanticipated news, but the simple fact that people could fell the watch at the demo area, left the sense that life will be much more easier with one. The apple Watch, the first entirely new type of device to come out of the Cupertino tech giant in five years, is a companion to the iPhone. It will make difference for iPhone users tired of having to scroll through multiple pages of apps to find the right one. It’s easy to imagine many of the apps that clutter up iPhone today being replaced with an Apple Watch app.
Discover the app that we need became much more simple. Pressing the watch’s Digital Crown on the right side of the device opens up the app home page. The apps appear as clusters of little bubble icons. If you download enough apps, clutter could set in, but a simple swipe will take you to ‘glances’, a dashboard for quickly accessing app information.
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The Apple Watch only will be released at April 24, however Apple’s IOS update version 8.2 include the Apple Watch app, where people will be able to download apps for the watch as well enable users to change settings in the watch once they can get their hands on one. There will be available in three product lines – Sport, Regular and Edition. The price will range from $349 for the sport all the way up to $17.000 for most expensive 18-karat gold Edition watch.