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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

The Watch that the "gedoilim" will soon prohibit!

Nu Nu! The Chasidishe Rebbes along time ago, "osered" wrist watches, watch them go bananas now!

Apple  strapped computing to the wrist with Apple Watch.
“Apple Watch is the most personal device we have ever created,” Apple chief executive Tim Cook said while announcing the hotly-anticipated move into wearable computing.
The watch comes in two sizes and an array of choices of interchangeable, fashionable bands. Cook introduced Apple Watch with the “one more thing” introduction that was a trademark of iconic Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

“It is the next chapter in Apple’s story,” Cook said of the first new product category to be entered by the company since the death of Jobs in 2011.
“We invented intimate ways to connect and communicate directly from your wrist; it works seamlessly with iPhone and it is also a comprehensive health and fitness device.”
Apple has been working on Watch for a long time, and didn’t just shrink the iPhone and strap it to the wrist, Cook told a rapt audience in a performing arts center in Silicon Valley where Jobs introduced the Macintosh computer 30 years ago.
While Apple Watch has touch-screen capabilities, many controls were designed into a “digital crown” button to avoid fingers from blocking screens.
Sensors on the Watch can detect a wearer’s pulse, and the devices tap into motion sensing features in iPhones to provide a “comprehensive picture of activity” and get help working toward fitness goals, according to Apple senior vice president of design Jonathan Ive.
Applications for Watch including map software that guides people to destinations with gentle “taps” on the wrist.
Apple watch will be available early of next year starting at $349.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wasnt just chassidish rebbes who assured wrist watches so did rav chaim kanievsky shlitta (I know its hard to believe being that rav elyashiv wore a watch but..he did).