Apple Released 'Apple Watch' in 1995? [Video]
You probably think that the upcoming Apple Watch will become the first wearable device the guys from Cupertino have ever created. And what if I tell you that you are wrong?
As it turns out, back in 1995, two years before Steve Jobs came back to his company, Apple released a beautiful wrist-worn watch made of anodized aluminum with incredible design, colorful logo, scratch-resistant glass and "Mac OS" inscription on the band. Of course, it was just a watch; it couldn't boast of Bluetooth or Wi-Fi (it was 1995). However, the "Apple Watch" was very good-looking.
The most interesting thing about this device was the reason for its creation. According to reliable sources, the watch was produced to lure new customers and make the "old" users upgrade to Mac OS 7.5.
As mentioned above, it featured anodized aluminum bezel in attractive blue, the colorful Apple logo, scratch resistant glass, Japanese Quartz timing and "Mac OS" embossed across the band.
It’s definitely a piece of history.
Apple's long-anticipated smartwatch is expected to hit the store shelves in March. Unlike the device described in the video, it will be full of all kinds of sensors, chips and other useful things. The price for the Apple Watch will start from about $400.
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