Apple Watch time as the company showcases its smart wristwear.
Across the globe potential purchasers have the opportunity to try on and pose questions about the gadget ahead of the full sale date on April 24.
It is a wristy business with Apple producing three models the Sport, standard Apple Watch and the Luxury Edition, which retails at around 11,000 euros.
Excited geeks from across the globe were full of questions. One man in Paris epitomised the buzz:
“Does it have the Apple quality guarantee? I’d like to see. What is sure is the Apple interface is there, so in that respect Apple fans won’t be disappointed.”
What a day for tech lovers as Samsung launched its latest pair of flagship phones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, with its distinctive wrap-around touch screen.
Samsung will be hoping the new devices will be a hit as the Korean company is being squeezed at the cheaper end of the market with ever popular phones from China.
And higher up the tree sits Apple.
Samsung will be able to occupy the market without any fresh interference from the mighty pome fruit, until the release of the next iPhone, that is.
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