After finally learning the not-so-clear release date and specification of Apple's first foray into wearable technology, the question on everyone's lips is: how much will it cost me?
Fortunately, while the question of exactly when the Apple Watch will be released still remains, the price does not.
The Apple Watch will need to be paired with an iPhone, with versions going back to the iPhone 5 compatible with the device, so anyone hoping to go it alone with the 'iWatch' might need to rethink their plans.
The watch will come in a range of faces and straps, helping users customise their watches. Apple will also sell a smaller watch with different straps.
There will also be three different versions of the watch. A sports version is made for active use, and the 'Apple Watch Edition' is made using 18-carat gold - which will likely be considerably more than the $$349 base price.
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