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Apple Watch Simulator

Apple's first smartwatch will be released early 2015 and this simulator lets you try out the main apps and functionality right in your browser. It is based on the official screenshots and descriptions from the Apple Watch page.

Activity. Activity gives you a more complete picture of your all-day physical activity because it measures the number of steps you take, as well as their quality and frequency.

Weather. Check the weather where you are or for any location around the world. See a detailed report for the day or get the week's forecast.

Calendar. See what's next in your day or month. Apple Watch sends you meeting reminders, as well as calendar invitations you can accept or decline directly from your wrist.

Maps. See your current location and get directions. Maps gives you the single best route with turn-by-turn navigation. read more ..

Music. Control the music on your iPhone without taking it out of your pocket. And when you leave iPhone at home to go for a jog, listen to music directly on Apple Watch.

World Clock. Doing business in another time zone? Calling a friend overseas? Check the time in different cities around the globe with one quick look.

Stopwatch. Apple Watch presents this popular watch function in digital, analog, or hybrid view. It can even show you a real-time average of your lap times on a graph - something you won't find on other watches.

Settings. Enable or disable Airplane mode, Bluetooth, and Do Not Disturb. Also turn mute on or off, or ping your iPhone to determine its location.

Photos. Apple Watch keeps your favorite photos on your wrist. You can zoom into photos with the Digital Crown, then swipe to scroll through them.

Remote Camera. Apple Watch doubles as a remote viewfinder for the iSight camera on your iPhone. Use Apple Watch to display a live preview of what your iPhone sees, snap the photo, or set the timer on the camera.

Passbook. Store your boarding passes, tickets, loyalty cards, and more right on your wrist. Passbook alerts you when your discount or loyalty cards are relevant. And lets you choose which credit or debit card to use for Apple Pay.