The long wait for the anticipated release of the Apple Watch is nearly over and today, at a conference held in San Francisco, the Cupertino-based tech company finally unveiled their new wearable. On April 10, the revolutionary timepiece will be available for pre-order at your local Apple Store. This means you'll also be able to get your hands on one to see if it's a right fit for you. If lining up is more your thing, get your folding chairs ready because it will officially go on sale shortly after on April 24. Pricing will start at $349 for the Sport model and can reach a massive $17,000 for the Gold edition. Take a look below for an overview of the three different versions.
The standard Apple Watch features stainless steel or space black stainless steel casing, a sapphire crystal display and a range of stylish band options. It will start at $549 for the 38mm and go up to $1,049 depending on the band. The 42mm will cost $50 more.
Apple Watch Sport
The Apple Watch Sport edition boasts an anodized aluminum case in silver or space gray, strengthened Ion-X Glass and your choice of a brightly colored, durable band made of high-performance plastic. The most affordable of the bunch, it is priced at $349 for the 38mm and $399 for the 42mm.
Apple Watch Edition
The stunning Apple Watch Edition comes with an 18-karat yellow or rose gold case, a sapphire crystal display and beautifully designed bands and closures that perfectly compliment the look. They're the most expensive of the bunch, starting at $10,000 for the 38mm yellow gold model and running up to $17,000.