It’s taken a while but I have finally decided which kind of Apple Watch I am getting. Firstly, a quick overview. There are three kinds of Apple Watch. The Apple Watch Sport which varies from £299.00 to £339.00, the Apple Watch which varies from £479.00 to £949.00 and finally, the Apple Watch Edition which varies from £8,000 to £13,500. All come in two watch face sizes, 38mm and 42mm.
Of course the Apple Watch Edition is a no-no as is the Apple Watch, I am going for the Apple Watch Sport, Space Grey Aluminium in the Black Sport Band in the smallest watch face size, 38mm. I have small wrists but on the Apple website they have a very helpful guide, the Apple Watch will fit my wrist!
I am unsure how the Apple Watch will do. Until I get my hands on one, I can’t really cast an opinion. I think it’ll sell well, but of course, sales will be limited at launch. One thing that I’m very intrigued to know is how long the Apple Watch will truly last. Will it last a whole day without the need to charge it again? Tim Cook has said that when using his, it has lasted all day. Now, just think about it. If Tim Cook, one of the busiest CEO’s on the planet can manage one day without charging it, I am sure the average person will cope just fine. I’m sure he get hundreds of emails per day and has multiple events on his calendar.
On the 10th of April, I will be pre-ordering one. Hopefully, unlike with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus launch, I’ll be able to access the Apple website!
Stay tuned for more on Apple Watch.