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Apple Watch priced: $10,000 or more gets you 18-karat gold model

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 09 Mar 2015 14:56 User comments (1)

Apple Watch priced: $10,000 or more gets you 18-karat gold model As part of their broad 'Spring Forward' event today, Apple revealed the release date and pricing for their hotly anticipated Apple Watch.
As expected, the Watch starts at $349, and as predicted by John Gruber, the high-end models will retail for over $10,000.

Beginning with the aluminum Apple Watch Sport, you can get a 38mm face version for $349 and the 42mm model for $399. Jumping to the stainless steel Apple Watch will cost you $549 for 38mm and $599 for the 42mm model. If you want a different band, the Apple Watch could cost you as much as $1099, suggesting that some bands will cost upwards of $500 by themselves.

Finally, available at select flagship stores, the 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition will begin at $10,000 and go higher from there.

The watches will be available in stores starting on April 24th, with pre-orders beginning on April 10th in the US, UK, China, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, and Hong Kong.

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110.3.2015 12:31

I'll keep my 1969 Timex watch that believe it or not still works and if I remember correctly, cost me $9.95 then.


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