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Apple has announced its smart watch, the Apple Watch

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Notifications will show up on the watch as well, the above is a calendar invite. As you would expect, there are various ways to interact with these notifications such as accepting this calendar invite or rejecting it. Same goes with text messages, you can respond using pre-configured text or dictation.

Siri, to no surprise is built in to the watch as well and as you would expect, Siri is presented in a way that works well in the small form factor.

Maps are also on the watch which can provide directions to your destination. The ‘taptic’ feedback that is built in to the watch can tell you to turn left or right based on the vibration that it gives off.


There is also a new messaging service that is built in to the watch that allows you to send custom messages and vibrations to other watch users.

Third party apps are also working on the watch too. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and hotels are signing up too. Starwood will allow you to unlock your hotel room door with your watch. BWM has created an app that remembers where you parked your car and MLB will show you the scores of your favorite games on your watch.


Developers can use ‘WatchKit’ to work with the device and build notifications for their apps on the device.

There are lots of other uses for the device such as a remote control, it can be used as a viewfinder for your iPhone and many more uses that were not announced at the event. Also, to no surprise, Apple Pay will work with the watch too.

The device starts at $349 and will available in early 2015.

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