It’s a fitness tracker, a music player, a communications device, a handheld portal to other apps, a virtual wallet making payments via Apple Pay, a remote control for Apple TV, an electronic key to open doors, and a smart control device to manage your house. It boasts swipe-to-glance features, voice-activated controls, and mail functionalities. It’s being charged via a combination of magnets and inductive charging. The Apple Watch will start at $349 in the US for the aluminum and glass Apple Watch Sport. The Apple Watch comes in two case sizes, 38mm and 42mm. Both of which can be set up to work on either your left or your right wrist. There will be three “editions” The Watch, Watch Sport and Watch Edition. There will be six band types and 18 colors. Fitness will be a central element of the Apple Watch. Apple will offer its own fitness apps as well as third-party apps like Nike Plus, Fitness Spades, WaterMinder, Slopes, and many more. Four sapphire lenses on the back of the Apple Watch will measure heart rate by using a combination of infrared and LED technology. In a nutshell, the Apple Watch has the potential to become your preferred personal fitness trainer, tracking your everyday activities, proposing a workout plan, and monitoring your caloric burn.