Apple has revealed its newest wearable wristband, which it claims will be available in November and can be worn anywhere, including while walking.
Dubbed the Apple Watch, the AppleWatch 2 is the company’s latest foray into wearable tech, which saw it release its first smartwatch last year.
The Apple Watch 2 comes in two different versions, the original, with a rectangular design, and the “Apple Watch 2 Plus” with a circular design, which Apple claims will also be available later this year.
Both models will feature a 3-D-printing process, a 3D display, a stainless steel case, and a stainless strap with leather band.
It’s not clear how much the Apple watch will cost, but Apple has promised that it will be $349 (£260) for the original Apple Watch and $499 (£460) for Apple Watch Plus.
Apple also announced a new accessory called the Apple EarPods, which have a pair of interchangeable headphones that you can pair with any Apple Watch.
Apple claims the EarPod headphones will sound like a pair with a built-in speaker, so it will work on all Apple Watches.
The headphones will also include Apple’s patented Noise Cancellation technology, which will help you control the volume of your music, but will only work on the Apple Watched device.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be released later this month, but we won’t know the full price until the new Apple Watch is released.