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Up close with Apple WatchScott Stein tries on the new Apple Watch and takes a look at the design and new features.
I am Scott Stein at Apple's second watch event. This is the Apple watch sport on my wrist. The Apple watch is finally going to be available April twenty fourth, pre order is April tenth. This is the 349-399 sport edition, its got a special type of aluminum alloy and it shows and actual working model here we can go through glances to go through any app experience. You can tap them to launch the app. It also has digital touch. So, there's, there's force feedback here, essentially, with, with [UNKNOWN] engine, it's called. And the ability to press harder to make things happen. And there's a really cool friend dial, which I haven't seen on any other watch. You can connect this with Apple Pay, you can use it to track your heart rate, connect with friends, and the prices range from this $349 all the way up to $549 and $599. For the steel version which could range to $1000 depending on how much you spend on the band. We also got to see and try on the gold edition which is $10,000. It's 18-karat gold, rose gold and regular gold. Looks like the rest of the Apple Watches, but it is a lot more expensive. There are people who will probably buy that. And you won't see it in every store. This watch is gonna be coming out soon. You're gonna be able to try it out in stores. And there's an app that you can learn about as well on the iPhone in case you're curious. More to come from CNET. I'm Scott Stein here with the Apple watch. [MUSIC]