The Apple Watch will start shipping on Friday, April 24, with prices starting at $349. Apple CEO Tim Cook demonstrated more cool features for the upcoming product earlier today, including the ability to answer phone calls with the watch, as well as using Siri on it.
Specific details regarding the pricing of each watch can be found below.
The Sport is Apple’s entry-level watch, aimed at fitness enthusiasts. It starts out at $349 for the 38 mm model, while the larger 42 mm model costs $399. The Sport features aluminum and strengthened “ion-x” glass.
The (regular) Apple Watch features polished stainless steel for the watch enclosure and sapphire for the face. You can use more bands with this version, including the gorgeous Milanese Loop. Prices start at $549 for the 39mm model and $599 for the larger 42mm, and can up go to $1,049 and $1,00, depending on your band choice.
If money is no option, then you may be interested in the 18-karat gold Edition. Why? Prices for this high-end watch start at $10,000. Yes, $10,000 – but trust us, it’s gorgeous. Owning one will be sure to turn heads wherever you go. Only select Apple stores will house the Edition though, so do your research before driving to your nearest one – or you might walk out disappointed.