Now that the rest of the world has had a taste of the Apple Watch, India is going to benefit from it as well. No, India was not left out on purpose. Apple have been constantly releasing the watch worldwide and now India’s time has come as well. The Apple Watch hits India’s market in November, on the 6th, to be more specific about it. And the company is really looking forward to it.
The Watch has been making its way across the globe in a rather slow manner. First it hit the US, then it moved from one side of the world to another, jumping to France, then off to Japan and making a land in the UK as well. Its arrival in India is most expected and Apple’s predictions, as far as we know, show some nice looking numbers. Discretion is advised, however. We do not want to get too ahead of ourselves.
Until now, the price has remained a secret. The only big detail that was revealed on the company’s website is that the Watch will be found on India’s market starting with the 6th of November this year. You might be interested to know that the Watch will be released in three specific versions: the Apple Watch Sport, the simple Apple Watch and the Apple Watch Edition.
All of these versions can be found in two different sizes: the 42mm size and the 38mm one. There has been some speculation that Apple made a deal with Hermes, another luxury brand, so the newest Apple Watch Edition might be valued at around $1,100 or above. But that remains to be seen. First, we want to see those watches out there and see how much they all cost.
While the Apple Watch has not been the company’s greatest pride and has never generated as much hype as the everlasting iPhone or last generation’s iPods, the Watch’s reviews seem quite positive and highlight all the advantages that it has to offer. It does not seem as good as an iPhone, but it holds a high degree of practicality and, in time, people might actually get used to it.
The Apple Watch can perform the majority of duties that an iPhone can: you can call people with it, browse the internet, send and receive messages and even use different apps to help yourself in any situation. It is also tied to your wrist all the time and you don’t need to pull it out of your pocked over and over again.
The Apple Watch hits India’s market next month, so if you are interested in the details, we encourage you to keep an eye out for it.
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