Apple called the release date of “smart” watches Apple Watch




Apple CEO Tim Cook marked the release dates on sale Smart hours Apple Watch. The company announced the device in September last year. It is assumed that a large time gap between the announcement and the start of sales of portable computer due to a desire to improve the performance of battery life.


Apple plans to start delivering “smart” watches Watch in April 2015, said CEO Tim Cook in discussions with investors the company’s financial results for the last quarter. Earlier in Cupertino limiting phrase “the beginning of 2015”.

The weak point of Apple Watch it turned out the battery life – which is why, according to analysts, the company has set the launch of six months after the announcement of new items. According to some reports, watches are designed for several hours of active use applications without recharging.

Until now, Apple did not specify for how long the battery life of the device will be calculated. CEO vaguely said that Apple Watch will need to be recharged overnight. For design, the clock should work from 2.5 to 4 hours of active use applications and about 19 hours in combined mode (episodic work with applications that work background programs and standby).


At the time of battery life without recharging Apple Watch adversely affect a relatively powerful processor and high-quality screen. It is known that the gadget is equipped with a platform Apple S1, magnetic charge, pulse sensor, gyroscope and accelerometer, voice control Siri, support phone calls and messages in conjunction with the iPhone and runs on a modified version of iOS.

Apple Watch scheduled to be released in three series: Watch, Watch Sport and Watch Edition. The minimum cost of the device is $ 349.

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