Apple Watch: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 1)

The Apple Watch is one of Apple’s latest releases, and it’s garnered a lot of buzz. Some people love it, and some people think it needs a good amount of changes. Here are some facts about the device that many people don’t know.

Number Fifteen: The Gold Used in Them is Super Tough

The gold that is used in the Apple Watch is tougher than regular gold. It’s much better at resisting scratches, so you won’t have to worry with being too delicate with the device.

Number Fourteen: It’s Hand Polished

In this world, it’s hard to imagine anything that has been touched by the human hand anymore, but such is the case for the Apple Watch. Each and every one is polished by an individual to give it a unique shine.

Number Thirteen: Apple Watch Wont Be Available Worldwide Anytime Soon

When the watch was released, people knew that it was only going to be available in some countries (including the US, Australia, Canada, China, etc.), and people were rallying in the hope that this would change. Recently, the company has stated that it will not.

Number Twelve: Daniel Will Harris Had a Say About It

The Apple Watch didn’t do well with sales, which is one of the reasons why Daniel Will Harris thinks that those that did buy the watch should be given a free upgrade. “It’s the least Apple could do,” said the watch designer in an interview.

Number Eleven: It’s Perfect for Hotel Goers

People who often frequent hotels will find the Apple Watch especially useful. The SPG app, anyone can easily check in and out of your hotel. People can even open their hotel door with it!

Number Ten: There’s a Secret Way to Put it to Sleep

Most people don’t know that you can put the Apple Watch to sleep quite easily while wearing the device. All you need to do is cover the face of it with your palm. It’s really that easy.

Number Nine: If It Has an NFC Chip, You Can Pay With It

Only the watches that have the NFC chip will be able to be used to pay using Apple Pay. This is a feature that works the best for people who use the service regularly, of course.

There’s loads more about the device that most people don’t know. Stay tuned for the second part of the article, which is coming soon!