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¿De verdad crees que Apple va a adoptar un diseño pensado para gente que se dedique a escalar montañas? Obviamente no. Su target es el urbanita tecnófilo, eso es evidentísimo. No creo que nadie se lleve a sorpresa.

 

Otra cosa es que en breve aparecerán carcasas "third party" con protecciones, cristal de policarbonato y hasta kevlar, que te permitan llevarte tu fashionwatch hasta a la luna si lo deseas. Pero eso no es el objetivo de Apple, sino vender mucho. Y Suunto o Polar, no venden mucho. Su nicho es muy limitado.

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Por supuesto que no pensaba que apple se fijase en este sector, no soy tan ingenuo, solo digo que no lo cataloguen como "sport" cuando debería ser "urban sport", solo eso. Y por chulo que sea, no me pienso comprar un apple watch ni jarto vino, tal como indicas, para algo tan especifico, Suunto o Polar, no hay mas.

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Posibles precios del AppleCare+ para los Apple Watch: AppleCare+ for Apple Watch Pricing: $59 for Sport, $79 for Steel, $999 for Gold

 

 

We've known that AppleCare+ will be available for the Apple Watch since Apple's March 9 media event, but pricing for the extended support has thus far remained a mystery. A source has now shared some purported pricing information with MacRumors that may shed some light on the cost, suggesting AppleCare+ for each version of the watch will be priced differently.

 

According to the claimed internal Apple screenshots, AppleCare+ for the entry-level aluminum Apple Watch Sport will be priced at $59, while AppleCare+ for the middle-tier stainless steel Apple Watch with Sport Band will be priced at $79. AppleCare+ for a $15,000 gold Apple Watch Edition will be significantly more expensive at $999. It is unclear from the information we have received whether band choice will affect AppleCare+ pricing, as band prices vary significantly.

 

Son precios por confirmar

 

 

Apple ha añadido algunos videos en su canal de youtube

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHdVkPrdRYg

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Con 18 horas de autonomía casi seguro que se van a quedar cortos para la mayoría. Serán para deportistas "casual" y más como un distintivo de "exclusividad" (de nuevo comillas) que otra cosa.

 

Yo, que adoro los relojes automáticos por la autonomía que dan y lo que para mí significan, no concibo un reloj al que le no dure ni un día la batería. Porque además todos sabemos que si dice que dura 18 horas entonces serán 12 reales. Y en cualquier caso como se alargue un día un poco más de la cuenta, te puedes ver con una curiosa pulsera de 400€ apagada.

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Con 18 horas de autonomía casi seguro que se van a quedar cortos para la mayoría. Serán para deportistas "casual" y más como un distintivo de "exclusividad" (de nuevo comillas) que otra cosa.

 

Yo, que adoro los relojes automáticos por la autonomía que dan y lo que para mí significan, no concibo un reloj al que le no dure ni un día la batería. Porque además todos sabemos que si dice que dura 18 horas entonces serán 12 reales. Y en cualquier caso como se alargue un día un poco más de la cuenta, te puedes ver con una curiosa pulsera de 400€ apagada.

 

+1

Menudo itrasto carísimo, y para mi, completamente inútil.

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Se ha filtrado las guías del SAT para lo que cubre la garantía: Apple Outlines Types of Apple Watch Damage Eligible for Warranty Service

 

 

MacRumors has obtained official Visual Mechanical Inspection information for the Apple Watch that reveals what type of damage is eligible for warranty service, out-of-warranty service or no service at all. These guidelines are adhered to by Apple authorized service providers and are based upon Apple's standard 1-year limited hardware warranty for the Apple Watch.

 

Apple Watch damage that is eligible for warranty service includes user-claimed debris under the display glass or pixel anomaly, a back cover removed with no damage, and any condensation in the heart rate sensor windows. In particular, the document states that a removed back cover is only covered when not accompanied by enclosure damage or evidence of prying.

 

Apple Watch damage that is eligible for out-of-warranty service includes a cracked, missing, removed or damaged Digital Crown cap, extreme abrasion, puncture holes, missing buttons resulting from a drop, any chips or multiple cracks in the display glass, a removed back cover with evidence of enclosure damage or prying, a bent or split band enclosure, a missing or removed band release button, or cracks in the back cover.

 

Apple Watch damage considered nonreturnable and ineligible for warranty service includes a disassembled unit or missing parts, catastrophic damage, counterfeit or third-party parts, and unauthorized modifications such as aftermarket displays and other non-Apple installed parts. Catastrophic damage may still be covered under an AppleCare+ Protection Plan on a case-by-case basis.

 

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Lo que puede dar una idea de por donde puede fallar

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Y lo mismo con las correas oficiales: Apple Watch straps: expect discoloration, deformation of Sport and Leather bands over time

 

 

If you notice discoloration or deformation of your Sport or Leather Apple Watch band over time, you may not be happy, but it is normal, according to sources briefed on internal Apple support docs.

 

While scratches and dents might be a given for Apple’s metal bands, you can also expect some discoloration for Apple’s fluoroelastomer Sport and selection of leather bands over time with normal wear and tear. Apple notes that discoloration of leather bands is “due to sweat or lotions” and an “expected behavior”.

 

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Nada nuevo, le pasa hasta a los Casio de veinte euros :D

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Eso de la sport band discoloration me recuerda mucho a 2 relojes nike que tuve, que tuve que tirar al romperse solos xD Esa correa es casi idéntica a la de los 2, que recuerdos, también eran de cambio de correa fácil, que yo nunca cambié, y al final un día ua se rompió, y la otra se despegó el adhesivo.

 

No quiero un smartwatch ni loco, lo veo absurdo, pero que ganas tengo de que salga y ver si funciona o no, anda la gente preparando los temas de WP para el iwatch y todo xD y bueno si la gente navega horas en un teléfono a pesar de ser molesto, porque no van a dejarse aún más los ojos en los relojes.

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"Tattoo Gate" en el Apple Watch, los sensores no son capaces de medir con algunos tatuajes: Apple confirms tattoo issue with Apple Watch in updated support document

 

 

Permanent or temporary changes to your skin, such as some tattoos, can also impact heart rate sensor performance. The ink, pattern, and saturation of some tattoos can block light from the sensor, making it difficult to get reliable readings.

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Guias de reparación: iFixit Posts Apple Watch Repair Manuals for Battery, Screen and More

 

 

iFixit has released Apple Watch repair manuals for various components of the device, including the battery, screen, adhesive, and NFC antenna. The guides provide step-by-step instructions on how to replace the Apple Watch's OLED display and battery, alongside additional steps for repairing the adhesive and NFC antenna that can be damaged as a result of opening the casing.

 

 

Y lo que contiene el chip S1: Early Looks Inside Apple Watch's S1 Chip Confirm 512 MB RAM, Unexpected Suppliers

 

 

Since the Apple Watch's initial unveiling last September, Apple has touted the S1 chip that serves as the brains of the device, with the company noting is has essentially packed an entire computer onto a single ultra-compact chip that is encapsulated in resin to help protect it from the elements.

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El conector Lightning que usan en las Apple Store: A look at the modified Apple Watch w/ Lightning connector Apple Stores use for display units

 

 

Apple’s in-store “magical” Apple Watch displays have brought about a variety of questions since they first appeared back on April 10th. Thanks to new documents from the Brazilian regulatory process, shared by BlogDoiPhone, we now know a bit more about how the Apple Watch display units are set up. The documents and accompanying images show how a special, proprietary band is connected to the Watch that incorporates a built-in Lightning cable and charges the device.

 

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Aun no ha llegado el primero y ya hay rumores sobre el Apple Watch 2: Apple Watch 2: Apple plans FaceTime camera, iPhone-free Wi-Fi, $1000+ models, similar battery

 

 

Two months after the initial launch of the Apple Watch, and only a day following the device’s debut at Apple Stores, sources have revealed Apple’s considerations for the 2016 release of a second-generation model. According to multiple sources familiar with Apple’s plans, the Apple Watch 2 is planned to gain a video camera, a new wireless system for greater iPhone independence, and new premium-priced models. Interestingly, it will also feature similar battery life to its predecessor…

 

 

FaceTime Video Camera

 

Apple’s current considerations call for a video camera to be integrated into the top bezel of the Apple Watch 2, enabling users to make and receive FaceTime calls on the move via their wrists. The company telegraphed its interest in increasing Apple Watch FaceTime functionality during the rollout of watchOS 2.0 at the Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this month. For the first time, the new software allows users to answer FaceTime Audio calls from the Apple Watch, as well as route FaceTime video calls to either be answered on an iPhone or rejected. Of course, plans can change and it is possible that the camera could be pushed back to a later model.

 

More iPhone Independence

 

Under an initiative internally called “tether-less,” Apple plans for the second-generation Watch to have more functionality when used independently from an iPhone. Currently, the Apple Watch’s activity tracking, mobile payment, and music playback functionality work substantially without a connected iPhone, but many other features that could normally function solely under a Wi-Fi connection do not function completely, including text messaging, emailing, and receiving updated weather data.

 

In order to make the next-generation Apple Watch more capable without a connected iPhone, Apple intends to integrate a new and more dynamic wireless chipset into the wearable. Although the Apple Watch 2 will likely continue to require an iPhone for heavy data transfers, including software upgrades and the synchronization of media files, basic communication tasks could be handled without iPhone assistance. The new Wi-Fi chip will also enable the Find my Watch feature we reported on earlier this year, as Apple will be able to track Apple Watches using Wi-Fi router triangulation technology instead of GPS.

 

Battery Life

 

While Apple and consumers were both concerned about the Apple Watch’s real-world battery life prior to the product’s April release, Apple has conducted market research since then, and has concluded that the majority of current customers are satisfied with charging their Apple Watches nightly. According to a source, Apple’s research indicates that average consumers finish each day with between 30% and 40% charge remaining on their Apple Watches, enabling the company’s engineers to change their hardware priorities for future Apple Watch models.

 

While Apple might otherwise have considered focusing on major battery life improvements for the next Apple Watch, it now believes that it can satisfy customers by keeping, or slightly improving, the existing battery life while adding more advanced hardware features. Indeed, Apple’s addition of a Nightstand charging mode to the Apple Watch (rather than, say, sleep tracking) implies that the nightly charging requirement will not be going away in the near term. This strategy would follow Apple’s annual iPad hardware strategy, which has brought new features to the product annually without shifting away from the 2010 promise of 10 hour battery life.

 

Additional Variations

 

Apple is currently exploring a wider portfolio of Apple Watch models beyond today’s Sport, Steel, and Edition tiers. Interestingly, the company is said to be focusing on introducing new models that will sit between the highest-end stainless steel Apple Watch and the entry-level 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition. The company is looking at ways to attract customers at price points between $1,000 and $10,000, but it is unclear if this will result in lower-priced gold Apple Watch variations, higher-priced steel models with more advanced bands, or versions with new materials. It is possible that Apple could introduce Apple Watch 2 variations made with titanium, tungsten, palladium, or as has been previously suggested, platinum.

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Hola:

 

Yo en general coincido con las críticas que se han hecho por aquí. Y creo (y me atrevo a decir) que en España, va a ser un fracaso en número de ventas. Ojo, en sus primeras versiones (ya comentais por aquí lo de la 2). Para mi tiene tres fallos, de los cuales (hoy dia) dos no tienen solución. Quizá en un futuro...No me atrevo a pronosticar mas...

 

- Duración de la batería. Como habéis comentado previamente, yo no concibo un reloj que haya que cargar continuamente, (ni siquiera cada varios días como el Pebble). En un futuro, quizá esto cambie. Ya tengo bastante con acordarme de cargar el iphone.

 

- Uso. No he visto aún ni una sóla aplicación, que haga algo más o diferente de lo que es el teléfono. Para mi no es tan grave tener que sacar el teléfono del bolsillo o (en mi caso) de la funda del cinturon.

 

- Precio. Es desorbitado para un reloj. A mi me gustan los relojes de marca (pero nada de oro, y esas cosas). Mas bien con estilo deportivo. Puedo entender pagar eso (o más) por un Omega, Rolex (este tampoco me convence) o TAG...Pero por un reloj que en dos días se me va a quedar obsoleto...

 

 

 

Personalmente me compraría (aún no lo he hecho) algo como la Xiaomi Miband, en la que la batería dura meses El problema de esta pulsera es que para ios sólo da las notificaciones de llamadas al teléfono, a veces no oigo cuando me llaman, cosas de la edad, el oido, sobre todo en ambientes ruidosos, y el despiste de uno, y mucho menos las notificaciones. El resto de notificaciones del teléfono (whats up, telegram, etc) no las da (al menos bajo ios). Parece que en Android si. No se la razón. Quizá sea que el soft de ios lleva varios meses de retraso respecto del de Android. Hay incluso un tweak que hace que las dé, pero no se la razón por la cual sólo está en Cydia, y claro, obliga a hacer un Jailbreak al teléfono, cosa que no me hace gracia. A día de hoy no he conseguido saber si Xiaomi va a arreglar esto. Si alguien lo sabe, agradecería info. Se que en Xiaomi sacan continuamente actualizaciones....Practicamente 1 cada 15 días.

 

 

Saludos

 

JP

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No se si será relevante para actualidad Mac, pero en fin. Escribo desde la Apple Store Marbella y la recepción del Watch está siendo abrumadora. Después de dos horas de viaje desde Cádiz para llegar a las 10:00 hora de apertura, conseguí mi reserva de un modelo 42mm sport con correa verde, porque los otros ya estaban fuera de existencias. De momento debo esperar hasta las 16:00 porque hay una cantidad de pedidos extraordinario. También decir que aunque intenté hacer el proceso por la página de Apple con el código de verificación, este no llegó dejándome tirado y teniendo que hablar con un especialista en persona.

 

Foto para el recuerdo :)

 

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El plazo estimado de entrega si se compra en la página de la Apple Store ha subido a 1-2 semanas en cuestión de horas. Por lo visto la demanda sigue creciendo y al menos la Store de Marbella está a rebosar :o

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