The introduction video really shows how the user is going to interact with the watch, with a huge emphasis on the “Digital Crown”, which is that thing that you would use to wind it.
One of the concerns about the Apple Watch is it will be very difficult to pinch to zoom on a small screen, but with the digital crown, it is all about turning and then pressing. Finger swipes can be used to work some applications as well, so there really is a lot of control in such a small space.
In the meantime, there is more that you will need to know about the Apple Watch. If you want one, you will have to make a reservation.
Apple confirmed last week that you can’t just walk into an Apple Store and walk away with an Apple Watch on your wrist like you can easily pick up an iPhone or iPad. Instead, you will need to sign up for a fitting and then get it.
As a final note, there is a report that the top price of an Apple Watch is fully encrusted 18-karat gold with diamonds for $164,000.