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Watch the First Apple Watch Unboxing Video

I don’t know how Legit this is, but all top tech sites in the US have confirmed this. A French website Metronews posted the first Apple Watch Unboxing Video, the video shows off what appears to be the 42mm Stainless Steel Case with Milanese Loop Apple Watch. It comes with a square box housing, a MagSafe charging cable ( which is really long) in its bottommost compartment and the actual Watch in a separate plastic-looking box separate from the rest of the packaging.

Watch the First Apple Watch Unboxing Video

I don’t know how Legit this is, but all top tech sites in the US have confirmed this. A French website Metronews posted the first Apple Watch Unboxing Video, the video shows off what appears to be the 42mm Stainless Steel Case with Milanese Loop Apple Watch. It comes with a square box housing, a MagSafe charging cable ( which is really long) in its bottommost compartment and the actual Watch in a separate plastic-looking box separate from the rest of the packaging.

I am a little bit disappointed with its casing as I was hoping that Apple would craft a more elaborate box for the device given the price it is going for – If at all I am going to get this watch, I want a casing that is so stunning so that I can show my generations to come.

Along with this Apple Watch unboxing video, Mashable debuted a Vine unboxing of the device, showcasing a stop-motion reveal of the link bracelet option slowly emerging from its packaging.


Apple will start accepting pre-orders for the Apple Watch on the 1oth of April 2015, However I don’t know when the Apple Watch would be available in the Nigerian market.
With that said, who would pre-order for me? I don’t want this one oh, I’d prefer the $10,000 version . Thanks.

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1 comment on “Watch the First Apple Watch Unboxing Video

  1. Fides_RYM says:

    frankly, the mobile version of their fatalities is what I'm looking forward to. Injustice,WWE immortals, Mortal Kombat X…. they all look the same to me, they all use the same tap and swipe controls

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