Apple sets date to preorder its watch

On April 10, Apple fanatics were finally able to place their orders for the Apple Watch. In doing so, users will be able to benefit from the wearable technology that has been hyped by the technology behemoth for the last few months. Customers will also be able to congregate at Apple Stores on that same date in order to test display watches. Tutorial videos offered on the company's website are also aimed at educating customers about the many different uses of the new product.

April 24 marked the anticipated launch of Apple's newest offering. Apple Watch became available to customers for purchases in store. The release will provide consumers with three products to choose from. The first tier will be the $349 sports model made out of aluminum, designed for active users. The watch possesses LED and photodiode technologies that can measure a user's heart rate in the midst of physical activity. More fashionable options are available for users who would be willing to spend at least $549 on stainless steel models. The lavish 18k gold watch will be priced between $10,000 and $17,000 dollars.

Market analysts project that sales of the new wearable technology could eclipse 1 million over the first weekend. These projections forecast a successful immersion into the wearable technologies market following less than stellar results after the release of Samsung's initial smart watch release.

Synchronizing the Apple Watch to the iPhone 6 and 6s as well as other Apple hardware should fuel the success of its adoption.

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