What you need to know about the new Apple Watch Edition

I’ve been waiting a few months for the Apple Watch, and it finally arrived in the mail.

I’ve had the watch for a few weeks now, and now it’s finally time to review it.

Before I get to the review, though, I need to talk about how much the watch has changed over the last month.

The Apple Watch Series 2 has a new design, with an updated display and updated software.

But the main differences between the Series 1 and Series 2 are the design of the band, and the fact that you don’t get a screen.

The watch is still a stainless steel device, but now it has an OLED display and is powered by a small, battery-powered unit.

The Watch’s battery is about 1,400mAh, which is larger than most smartwatches I’ve used in the past, and about the same as the 3,000mAh of the Samsung Gear S2.

It’s a much smaller battery than I’m used to in watches, but the size and weight make it possible to wear it for days at a time.

You’ll notice that the Apple logo is slightly different from the watch’s other branding on the front.

The new design is similar to what we’ve seen on other watches, with the same white and black bands, and a different watch face with a red, white, and blue logo.

You can change the band to fit your body type by adding or removing the two buttons on the side.

If you have a small wrist, the new watch face makes it easy to see the date and time.

In fact, there are buttons for adjusting the band size and adding or subtracting the battery size, which makes it easier to find the right size.

And, of course, the watch is a much thinner watch than its predecessor.

But, of all the changes to the watch, the most important one is the screen.

As with all Apple products, the screen is the biggest change to the Apple watch.

I first tried the watch last summer, and I wasn’t impressed.

The first thing I noticed is that it’s a lot thinner than most other smartwares.

At 1.3mm thick, it’s about as thin as a credit card, and much thinner than many other watches.

(The Samsung Gear 2, for example, is about 6mm thick.)

I didn’t expect this, but I’m not the first person to notice it.

When I first reviewed the Samsung Watch, I wrote that the display was just not as good as some other smartwatch displays, so I was a bit skeptical about how well it would perform.

But it turned out that it was actually very good.

The display is an OLED screen, and you’ll notice it’s smaller than the one on the Samsung Galaxy S2, and almost the same size as the LG G Watch.

The reason I’m talking about the screen size is because the screen on the AppleWatch is so much larger than the screen of the iPhone 6 Plus.

If I was comparing the two devices side-by-side, the Samsung watch would look like a large, thick slab of metal, whereas the Applewatch has a smaller, thinner display.

The screen on both the Apple and Samsung watches is a 5-inch IPS LCD, which means it’s thinner than the Samsung display and also has a larger pixel density than most OLED displays.

That means it can display a lot more information on the screen at once, and can be displayed in bright sunlight, as you’ll see in the images above.

If the screen were just as large as the iPhone, the Watch would look even more like a slab of aluminum.

The biggest difference between the two displays is that the iPhone displays the screen in black and white, whereas on the Watch the screen has a white background.

The difference is small, but noticeable.

It also makes the Apple screen much brighter, because the iPhone is able to display the screen as white, making the screen brighter and brighter as it gets brighter.

The same goes for brightness, because when you put the Watch on a dark table, the display just seems dimmer.

The best display on the iPhone’s screen is an 8-inch display, and its screen is more than twice as bright as the Watch’s.

But in daylight, the iPhone screen just doesn’t have the brightness and clarity that the Watch has.

That makes the difference between viewing the watch on the dark side of the table much more noticeable.

The other big difference between them is in resolution.

The resolution of the Apple display is 538 ppi, which in this case is the same resolution as the Samsung OLED display.

That’s about double the size of the LG screen.

Apple’s screen has more pixels, and more pixels per inch, so you can see how the screen will look in different brightness levels.

But you can’t see how bright the screen really is in daylight.

If that wasn’t enough, the Apple Screen is still so much brighter than the display of the watch. In real-