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Waiting on the I Watch

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Time once spent can never be returned. Our most precious commodity is time, and how we spend our time is becoming an increasingly harder choice to make.

What can we find for today’s consumer, that could literally be as easy as the old idea of tying a string around your finger to remember something. The answer just might be the new I Watch by Apple. How many strings would you need to complete your day? Apple has come up with an entirely new innovation that supplies endless strings every day.


The new I Watch can do many things your I Phone already does in a simple timepiece. With countless designs to fit everyone and a price range that is affordable, Apple hopes to provide style and quality for consumers looking to have organization around their wrist. Imagine having a reminder for all the things we want to remember in a day and never losing track of time again.

What are some of the features of the newest product from Apple. Your own personal trainer, to keep you on track with your health and fitness. A wallet enabling you to carry your money safely. The same apps you already use everyday and communication like nothing you have ever experienced.

The new ways to communicate makes the I Watch fun and innovative. You can call, text or email from your wrist and say it with emotion and share the very beats of your heart.
If you need to say more, transferring from the I Watch to your I Phone is easy. The I Watch can share your current location on a map as well and the watch is an accurate timpiece connected to your calendar and contacts.

What can you do with the new I Watch that you can’t do with your current watch? You can change the face of this new watch to match your style and your mood, providing traditional and playful as well as educational faces from which to choose.

The I Watch will be available 4.24.15. This should be plenty of time to think of all the ways the I Watch can benefit you. What more could you want than what Apple has put within arms’ reach.

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