Wearable Technology

Joe Edwards and Ethan Gordon

How Wearable Technology works

You'd be forgiven for wondering what the fuss about wearable tech is, given the explosion of smartwatches, fitness trackers, sports watches and other connected devices. Put simply, wearables are the biggest new innovation in technology since the smartphone – and the possibilities are endless. The way how it works is just
simply wear it.

How Is Wearable Technology Fulfilling Are World

Ur world is slowly embracing wearable-tech. From healthcare industries to education and entertainment, wearable is the need of the hour. Gone are the days when Google Glass ruled the roost. Now, there is a whole range of smart wearables available, integrated with mobile apps.

Helpful To Humans

Helpful To Business

A smartwatch might seem like a purely consumer-facing device: Fitness buffs use them to keep track of their workouts and sleep cycles. But there are uses for a tool such as a smartwatch in business settings, too. A worker who spends most of his day sitting in a cubicle may not need devices that offer vital data at a moment's notice, but emergency workers and medical personnel have a lot to gain from such tools

safety concerns

There are new concerns over the safety of the Apple Watch and similar wearable devices even though they are actually old concerns considering we all got scared over the radiation emitted by smartphones years ago before getting past it.

life of the technology

The simple fact that the watch screen is small, limits the amount of information Apple can reasonably display for the user. You could try to make everything smaller and cram as much into the UI as possible, but that would make it almost out till this day.

cost of the technology

Its price was first announced last year to be "starting at $349," and we had a feeling that it wasn't going to be cheap when fully unveiled six months later. Sure enough, the sticker shock peaked at $17,000 Already knowing that, you're probably now focused on: "How much does the Watch I really want cost?" That's why we broke down the Apple Watch price, from the $349 (£299, AU$499) Sport Edition to the $17,000 (£13,500, AU$24,000) gold Apple Watch Edition, in this handy guide.
Apple Watch — Guided Tour: Welcome


The Watch will be available to customers in nine markets, including the U.S

. The cheapest Apple Watch -- the 38mm sport model -- will cost $349, as expected

On a full charge, the Apple Watch battery should last up to 18 hours