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Apple introduces Apple watch

 

No need for pockets or bags to keep it as Apple introduces  the Apple Watch on its special event.

The latest gadget can make calls, read e-mail, control music, manage Instagram photos, keep up with your workout, pay for groceries, even open your hotel room door.

According to CEO Tim Cook, you can do it all from your wrist with Apple Watch—for 18 hours a day, the exact life of battery  on a regular day.

Number of consumers that are willing to shred $350 will be figured  since there’s an 18-karat gold version that begins at $10,000—for a wearable device that still needs  a wireless smartphone to deliver its most powerful features.

However,  Cook  says the Apple Watch is the next must-have device, since it will be  able to cater people’s information needs for the whole day,  which no other tool has quite been able to do.

To get a closer look of the Apple watch, It  will be available for viewing at Apple stores on April 10 and go on sale on April 24.

 photo source: cnn money