On September 9th, 2014, Apple's long anticipated smartwatch finally went from rumor to reality. The Apple Watch was introduced at a high profile launch event — Apple's biggest in years — with CEO Tim Cook describing it as the company's "most personal device ever." Apple Watch features an all-new user interface optimized for its wrist-sized display. It will be available in three different "collections" beginning in early 2015 at a base price of $349. But other key questions (like battery life) currently remain unknown. This StoryStream gathers all Apple Watch-related news starting with its official unveiling.
Circles, circles everywhere
New report suggests Apple's grand ambitions for a state-of-the-art health tracker had to be scaled down
The first rule of selling smartwatches is you do not talk about smartwatches
"We anticipate that people will charge nightly."
Theirs is the Earth and everything that's in it
You don't have to like them all
Comparing Apple's first wearable to its biggest competitor
With the activity tracking of a Fitbit but the fun and utility of an iPhone, the Apple Watch could be the device that finally pushes wearable health gadgets into the mainstream.
No battery life breakthroughs were talked about today
Is your wrist ready?
From health to entertainment and more
"We have one more thing..."