After months of speculation, Apple on Tuesday unveiled its first foray into wearables: the Apple Watch.
The smartwatch is available in two sizes (38 mm and 42 mm) and in a variety of different styles. You can send and receive text messages, take calls and monitor your health and fitness throughout the day, all from your wrist. You’ll even be able to send something as personal as your own heartbeat to another Apple Watch wearer.
The watch will launch early next year with a price starting at $349, but Apple didn’t provide an exact release date or pricing information for the different models. The watch requires an iPhone to work; it is compatible with models as far back as the iPhone 5.