Apple introduced its latest device yesterday – the highly anticipated Apple Watch, which can be used for phone calls (If you have an iPhone), unlock your car, pay for things (at places that use the mobile transaction service), track your fitness, control music and photos, and, if you really need it to, tell time.
It is also a pacemaker, a depth finder, a Geiger counter, and, if necessary, a rectal thermometer.
It retails for as little as $349 US, or for as much $10,000 for a luxury version.
Apple also introduced a new souped up, thinner version of the MacBook, now available in gold, so I guess you can say that Apple products just got a little douchier. Or not, if you are Louis XIV or a Kardashian.