字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Whatsup Guys, Apple announced their new products at their yearly special event. In this video i'm going to give you 5 things you didn't know about the Apple Watch. One of the biggest questions was about the battery and I think Apple did a really good job with a one day use, or 18 hours on a typical day. Of course this isn't much compared to the Pebble Time Watch with 3 days of battery life. But what you didn't know is that the Apple Watch can be fully recharged within 2,5 hours on the 38mm watch. Of course the 42 mm model should have a little bit more battery and charge time. Next: The Apple Watch Sport doesn't have Sapphire Glass but Ion-X glass, which is a lot stronger than normal glass but not as strong as Sapphire. Only the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Edition have Sapphire Glass. On to fact 3, You can choose which apps you want to get notifications from. So unlike Pebble or other smartwatches where you would get all notifications. Just choose the ones that you use the most. That's nice! Next, the Apple Watch is said to have 4 GB of storage and you can install up to 200 apps. These isn't confirmed yet but the rumours weren't wrong so far. Apple allows you to manage all your apps settings on a special Apple Watch app on your iPhone. And last but not least. If your watch is close to your iphone it can also be used for payment with Apple Pay, using the NFC chip in your iPhone 6 or 6 plus. Just press twice on the digital crown, wave your watch in front of the scanner and your payment is done. When your iPhone isn't close or you give your watch to someone else, Apple Pay will be blocked. So that was it. I think these things are really important to understand before buying an Apple Watch. If you know something else that didn't make it into te list. Please write it in the comments below. I'm really curious. Also if you liked this video please give a thumbs up and of course subscribe to my channel for more video's on the Apple Watch. I'm Mike from iTechriot and I'll see you guys in the next one. Peace!