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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by JaymeyB, Jan 22, 2015.
Can't tell from the picture but it looks like a genuine Apple Watch?? Found this post on Instagram.
Every time I've seen an Watch on a person, whether it be shots on Apple's website or through photos like this, it is so much more attractive than any of the mockups or solo shots can show off.
I think it's one of the $26 fakes from CES
Wow, that one looks genuine! And man does it look amazing on that wrist! The gallery on Apple's website doesn't do it justice.
Looks like someone is breaking NDA.
You can tell its at least not one of the CES fakes by the digital crown. The fakes don't have a smooth part near the watch, instead the textured lines (missing the technical term here) go all the way across the edges of the crown.
I'd say the finish looks better here too, but that's somewhat subjective. If you're looking to see it its a fake the crown is the easiest place to start.
You never know, the Agreement might allow still photos (quite a few are appearing around the net now) but just can't show it working yet or not allowed to review it or let any newspapers or critics use it just yet. This would be logical since apple have already revealed the device so a complete NDA wouldn't make sense.
So anyone know who marc winklhofer is?
If I have to guess, an editor of fashion magazine somewhere.
Looks like the battery died
I don't think so. They don't look similar.
You can also tell by the way the strap attaches to the watch compared to the CES fakes.