It's hard to believe that I'm holding a $10,000 Apple product in my hands.
I'm talking about the Apple Watch, the edition, this is the gold, the 18 carat gold.
Hey, guys, it's Vanessa Hand Orellana from CNet to give you a closer look at how the Apple Watch works.
This one that I'm holding here is the 38 millimeter edition.
Made for smaller wrists.
But there's also a 42 millimeter addition.
On the side you'll see a home button.
And a dial which you can use to scroll within the watch so you can't block the screen with your finger.
The back is made with the same material.
In this case, the 18 carat gold.
And you'll find the heart rate sensors.
And this leather watch strap with a very easy to clasp buckle at the end.
The first screen you'll see shows you the time and some other information that you can customize with the watch faces from the home screen by tapping to the Mickey Mouse one that seems to be so popular.
[NOISE] To see the apps you press on the button on the side.
Here you'll see your apps tray, we're gonna go into the music app and you can scroll between albums using this dial on the side, which is actually a lot more practical than putting your finger all over your screen just to look at your music.
Below the digital crown, you'll find another button pulled up a list of your favorite contacts.
Once I select a contact, I have the option to call, message, or do some fun stuff like draw a picture, send him my heart rate.
The other way to navigate is by sliding up and pulling out this carousel of information.
Including your heart rate.
The Apple watch will be available starting April 24th in stores.
I'm Vanessa Hand Orellana for Cnet.com.
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