The eight months waiting time since Apple introduced the Apple Watch to the world has been a long wait for some people, but that wait was over yesterday when the Watch officially started to sell. iFixit is well-known for their teardown of Apple products and they’ve of course also taken the Watch in for a close inspection and to find out just exactly what is inside this device.
The teardown is still ongoing while I am writing this piece and it’s being updated in real-time until they’ve taken everything apart that can be taken apart. The watch looks like a solid piece of engineering and the assembly looks great, but then again it has to be perfect if you want to fit this amount of technology and a battery into such a tiny device.
The previously rumoured diagnostics port hidden between the armband and the watch itself was also discovered. iFixit is also taking a closer look at Apples first foray into inductive charging, a thing that many believe will be the future for a lot of mobile devices.
Apple Watch Specifications:
- Pressure-sensitive, flexible, touchscreen AMOLED Retina display
- One model measuring 38 mm (vertically) with 272 x 340 pixels (290 ppi), the other model measuring 42 mm (vertically) with 312 x 390 pixels (302 ppi)
- Custom-designed Apple S1 SiP (System in Package)
- 8 GB onboard storage
- NFC + Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n + Bluetooth 4.0
- Accelerometer + gyroscope + heart rate monitor + microphone + speaker
As previously mentioned, the teardown is still ongoing and you can head over to the official page and stay up to date with the latest findings.
Thank you iFixit for providing us with this information