The Apple Watch, which is Apple’s first major product launch since the iPad over five years ago, was introduced to the media Monday morning at a live event in the Yerba Buena Center in downtown San Francisco. Pre-orders for the Apple Watch will begin on April 10, with a launch of the product on April 24.
The long-awaited price for the Apple Watch comes in between $349 to $399 for the aluminum versions, or $599 to $1,099 for the stainless steel versions. Finally, the gold version comes in at $10,000.
The smart wearable will have a comprehensive fitness companion, which will track daily movement — including if you have been sitting too long.
Apple also claims that the watch will have an 18-hour battery life.
The watch will have different faces and configurations available, including traditional, one that’s devoid of numbers, a Mickey Mouse version or even one with a flower blooming with the time shown on it.