Track Count: 4
Released: November 5, 2012
Track Count: 5
Released: October 29, 2012
Apple Watch is Apple’s most personal device ever. With revolutionary new technologies and a pioneering user interface, Apple Watch features the Digital Crown, an innovative way to scroll, zoom and navigate, Force Touch technology, and the Taptic Engine.
Apple Watch lets you communicate in new ways right from your wrist, by sending and receiving messages, answering calls to your iPhone, and with Digital Touch, sending something as personal as your own heartbeat. It also introduces comprehensive health and fitness apps that can help people lead healthier lives.
An extremely accurate timepiece, Apple Watch is also customizable with 11 watch faces, and the ability to add more information, such as upcoming events, moon phases, or your activity level.
Apple Watch comes in three distinct collections—Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, and Apple Watch Edition.
Available early 2015 (U.S.)
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus aren’t just bigger, they’re better in every way.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are available in two display sizes, 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch, and feature an all-new anodized aluminum unibody enclosure that seamlessly meets the new Retina HD display for one continuous smooth surface. The thinnest iPhone ever also delivers leading-edge technologies, including the power-efficient A8 chip with M8 motion coprocessor, a new iSight camera with Focus Pixels and advanced video capabilities, faster LTE and Wi-Fi, and Apple Pay*, an easy, secure, and private way to make purchases with the touch of a finger.
The popular iPhone 5s continues to be available in 16GB and 32GB models. And the colorful iPhone 5c is now more affordable in an 8GB model. So there’s an iPhone for everyone.
* Coming in October to the U.S.
In 1964, Roddenberry proposed the original Star Trek TV series to Desilu Studios as “like Wagon Train, a Wagon Train to the stars.” The network rejected the show’s first pilot, “The Cage”, starring Jeffrey Hunter as Enterprise Captain Christopher Pike; however, NBC executives, still impressed with the concept, made the unusual decision to commission a second pilot: “Where No Man Has Gone Before”. The first regular episode (“The Man Trap”) of Star Trek aired on Thursday, September 8, 1966.