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Apple joined the wearables war when it unveiled its Watch last September. Now, Apple is back with even more details on its first-ever smartwatch.
Click through the slideshow for more photos of the Apple Watch.
You can pre-order an Apple Watch beginning April 10.
38mm Apple Watch Sport models start at $349 (£299, AU$499); 42mm models will cost an extra $50.
The mid-range Apple Watch is priced from $549 to $1,049, depending on the band and watch face size you choose (£479, AU$799).
The 18K gold Apple Watch Edition starts at $10,000 (£8,000, AU$14,000).
Apple Watch will be available globally.
It is compatible with iPhone 5's and up.
Visualize the various apps and features all in one place.
Buy things straight from Apple Watch with Apple Pay.
Use Apple Watch to tap into third-party devices, like your garage door opener.
Keep track of what's happening at home with a connected live video feed.
Curious about the game? You can access the ESPN app from Apple Watch.
Use Apple Watch to unlock doors.
Check out Instagram on the Apple Watch.
Plug in directions so you can get from point A to point B.
See how much time is left on your commute.
Get a snapshot of the local weather conditions without using your phone.
This device can help you track your activity.
If you've been sitting for too long, your watch will let you know.
The back of the watch features sensors designed to track your heart rate.
Scroll through your list of friends and family to select the person you'd like to contact.
From there, you have the option to call, message and more.
Receiving calls looks very similar on an iPhone.
Send a short message.
You won't need your phone to review messages.
This smartwatch is designed to last up to 18 hours on a single charge.
Simply snap the magnetic charger to the back of the watch when it needs a battery-life-boost.
There are a variety of band materials and color options.
The Apple Watch has a minimal profile.
The Apple Watch gives the classic timepiece a modern edge.
The high-end line of the Apple Watch includes this shiny model that's finished in 18K gold.
The "modern buckle" design features a leather band that, according to Apple, is made of the same material that was used by NASA for the parachute strings which helped land the Mars Rover.
The Apple Watch can compete with Samsung's Tizen-based smartwatches, as well as fitness wearables like the Microsoft Band, Basis Peak and Fitbit products.
Not to be outshined by its popular smartphone counterpart, the Apple Watch boasts an innovative set of features, including pulse-tracking sensors and walkie-talkie capabilities.
The Apple Watch features an inductive charger, which can be seen in the photo above.
The link bracelet style can easily be adjusted without any tools; the links can be removed with a simple press of a button.
The leather loop design uses magnets on the band for a secure and slim fit.
Apple is releasing three collections of the Watch, including a more durable Sport line and the high-end edition -- as seen in this photo.
The watches are framed in stainless steel, aluminum, and 18K gold, with some available in a variety of finishes.
If choosing between which edition or finish to get isn't enough, there's also a plethora of bands and bracelets to choose from.
The flexible touch-screen displays are made of sapphire glass, making them durable and tough.
The smart watches will come in two sizes to accomodate different wrist sizes.
It's supposed to alert you to new messages with a "gentle tap."
What do you think of the Apple Watch?