Nike Apple Watch High Res Photos!

lotzosushi

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The black stainless steel is original gen, now my main watch is the Ceramic Edition. Nike will be for gym/swimming since I don't trust myself with the ceramic when working out lol
 
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Relentless Power

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The black stainless steel is original gen, now my main watch is the Ceramic Edition. Nike will be for gym/swimming since I don't trust myself with the ceramic when working out lol
I have multiple Apple Watches for different occasions. Your not the only one. It's nice to change the bands and it's appeal.
 

lsquare

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The black stainless steel is original gen, now my main watch is the Ceramic Edition. Nike will be for gym/swimming since I don't trust myself with the ceramic when working out lol
How do you get all of the data from three watches to sync with your phone?
 

entropi

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Gah, why are all photos like this usually on the worst possible "sandpaper-like" surface? iMore always finds somekind of rough brick, stone, concrete or asphalt to lay the screen face down when taking fotos of the shiny new gadgets. Is it to create an interresting tension or a little excitement in the picture? I know I'm totally ocd, but I just don't get it...
 
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lotzosushi

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Nice photos. What type of stand is that?
Only $15 on Amazon, best stand I've used so far, simple and great build quality.

https://amzn.com/B01CQ9ZLEC
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Gah, why are all photos like this usually on the worst possible "sandpaper-like" surface? iMore always finds somekind of rough brick, stone, concrete or asphalt to lay the screen face down when taking fotos of the shiny new gadgets. Is it to create an interresting tension or a little excitement in the picture? I know I'm totally ocd, but I just don't get it...
I was actually originally going to take photos on a glass table surface and I set down my stuff on the iron grid surface temporarily but noticed I liked the industrial constrast look, and the pictures turned out well so I used this table instead lol I'm pretty ocd with scratches as well but I have a glass screen protector on my iPhone. Everything was put down gently so nothing was harmed in the process :D
 

ManicMarc

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Gah, why are all photos like this usually on the worst possible "sandpaper-like" surface? iMore always finds somekind of rough brick, stone, concrete or asphalt to lay the screen face down when taking fotos of the shiny new gadgets. Is it to create an interresting tension or a little excitement in the picture? I know I'm totally ocd, but I just don't get it...
I always wonder if they have a piece of cloth cut exactly to the shape of the screen keeping it nice and protected
 
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