Apple is releasing a new Apple Watch on Monday, bringing the company’s first device to the market in nearly two decades.
The new Apple watch will run the new Apple software platform.
It will also include a new wireless charging standard, Apple Pay, and a revamped iMac.
Apple will be releasing the watch in several colors, including a gold model with a matte black bezel and gold accents, and an emerald green model with white accents and a matte gold bezel.
The emerald model will be available in gold, platinum, or sapphire, while the gold and platinum models will be gold and sapphat, respectively.
The Apple Watch will have a 12.3-inch display with a resolution of 3840 x 2160, a display with an overall pixel density of 541 ppi and a display weight of 6.9 pounds.
It’ll come in black or white.
The new Apple is expected to ship in April, though the timing is still unknown.
Apple is also launching a number of accessories that Apple Watch owners can use to customize their watch.
There are plans to release a new iMac, an Apple Watch accessory, and new Apple TV accessories.
Apple Watch will be a great tool for Apple to show off the brand new software platform, Apple’s new iPhone software, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, and the upcoming iPad.
Apple Watch users can also customize their Watch with new watch bands, new color schemes, and even new watch faces.
The first Apple Watch is expected in late March or early April.
The company has been trying to get the watch into consumers’ hands since early 2016.
The watch was first rumored to be announced at WWDC 2016, but it was later dropped after reports surfaced that the watch’s new watch face could only be seen by Apple Watch developers.
The next Apple Watch would come in October.