Watch this video to see the differences between the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Sport.
Apple’s new 4th generation Apple TV includes an all new user interface, remote and App Store. The new Siri remote enables users to simply talk into the remote to quickly find content and ask Siri questions. The remote features an IR blaster to control television volume and a new touchpad to allow users to navigate the new Apple TV. In addition to a new remote, the new Apple TV has an App Store with games, content distributers, and shopping apps. To power these new feature, the A8 chip and flash storage are included in the system.
Apple Watch supports audio output through Bluetooth headphones, which enables music playback without the need for an iPhone. This feature makes it easier to listen to music while exercising or working. To listen to music directly from Apple Watch, Bluetooth headphones, such as Beats by Dr. Dre Studio Wireless, are required. Watch this video to learn how to pair your Bluetooth headphones!
Here is an unboxing and review of the Elevation Lab NightStand for the Apple Watch. This Apple Watch stand is sold in Apple Stores for $29.95 in 5 colors that match the Apple Watch sport bands.
The new Apple iPhone Lightning Dock is available in four finishes specifically matched to the iPhone. While Apple also offers a plastic lightning dock, this version features an aluminum construction.
Here is an unboxing of the all new iPhone 6s in Gold. The iPhone 6s features the same design as last year’s iPhone 6, but adds new features such as 3D Touch and a new camera system.
The regular Apple Watch comes in two colors, Space Black and Stainless Steel. While both Watches are constructed from stainless steel, the Space Black variation features a diamond-like carbon layer to create a deep black color. Because of its color, the Space Black version appears sleeker since all the Watch components blend to form a harmonious surface. The Space Black Apple Watch is a $100 premium over the regular Stainless Steel Apple Watch.