Apple Watch gets new colors, native appsThe Apple Watch now comes in rose gold and gold, and gets new watch bands and native applications.
[APPLAUSE] We're really excited to offer two new finishes. Gold and rose gold, in anodized aluminum. Now, these are gonna come in both sizes, 38 and 42 mm, and they're paired with some bands in some fresh new colors. And they're available at the same price as the rest of the sport line up. This adds a whole new dimension to the line up. You actually just have to see em in person. They're really, really beautiful. We've also made some updates for our stainless collection. The stained black stainless has been very popular, so we're now adding a model with a black sportband. And we've updated our classic leather with, it's now got a two tone look and it comes with black and saddle brown. It's really beautiful And finally, we're offering a stainless steel case with a (Product)Red band. Not only does it look good, but a portion of the proceeds goes to the global fund to fight AIDS. One of the things that people love about Apple Watch is the ease with which you can change the band and create a whole new look. And so we're adding a Fall collection of new bands ranging from vibrant hues to more neutral tones, and when you pair these bands with different cases you end up with some truly unique combinations. It's really nice. Let's talk about how air With Apple Watch will change how doctors communicate with their patients. Now, AirStrip has been used already to monitor over 3.5 million pregnant women in the hospital. But with our new product, Sense4Baby, we can now monitor these women at home, leveraging Apple Watch. I can confirm that I'm monitoring the Mother's heart rate as it's being read by Apple Watch. But I can also see the baby's heart rate and the mother's contractions, as they're being read from sensor baby. So finally, finally I can differentiate between the Mother's heart rate and the baby's heart rate, which has been a problem. For many years with home monitoring. [MUSIC]