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Apple Announcements

New Macbook Designs 





The new Macbook for 2015 and beyond will come in either gold, silver or Space Grey options and it has been equipped with standard Retina Display, a re-engineered keyboard, and a re-tooled Force Touch trackpad – which is capable of detecting not only motion, but the amount of pressure your fingers apply. The Force Touch trackpad necessarily involves new interactions; Wikipedia entries, precise Google Maps locations and other stats conveniently pop up with the flick of the index finger.
All this will be packaged in a 24 per cent thinner laptop, partially due to the lack of a cooling fan. This also makes the new MacBook the first fan-less offering from Apple. A smaller logic board, Intel M core processor and custom all-day battery complete this offering.  

Look for the new MacBook to ship April 10.
 
Apple Watch





Following the release of the new Macbook, Apple will makes its Apple Watch available to the public. Aside from telling time, it will enable you to send messages, read emails and answer calls to your iPhone right from your wrist. Designed to be worn throughout your day, Apple Watch delivers up to 18 hours of battery life. 
 
Apple Watch is available in two different sizes, 38 mm and 42 mm, and in three collections—Apple Watch Sport (priced at $349 and $399 USD), Apple Watch ($549 to $1,099 USD) and Apple Watch Edition (starting at $10,000 USD). Apple Watch Sport features a lightweight anodized aluminum case in silver and space gray with a Retina display protected by strengthened Ion-X glass and matching high-performance fluoroelastomer Sport Band in five colors.

The Apple Watch collection features highly polished stainless steel and space black stainless steel cases with a Retina display protected by sapphire crystal. The Apple Watch collection comes with a choice of three different leather straps, a stainless steel link bracelet and Milanese loop, and a black or white Sport Band.

Apple Watch Edition features cases specially crafted from custom rose or yellow 18-karat gold alloys developed to be twice as hard as standard gold, a Retina display protected by polished sapphire crystal and a choice of uniquely designed straps and bands with 18-karat gold clasps, buckles or pins.

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