Contrary to popular belief, the iPhone maker’s upcoming Apple Watch is not the first wrist-worn watch the company has created.
Back in 1995, two years before Jobs was brought back to save the company he co-founded, Apple had used a custom-made wrist watch with anodized aluminum bezel and scratch-resistant glass as an incentive for users to upgrade to Mac OS System 7.5.
YouTuber Jonathan Morrison has created a nice video, embedded below, which explains an interesting history of the 1995 Apple Watch.
As mentioned above, it featured anodized aluminum bezel in attractive blue, the colorful Apple logo, scratch resistant glass, Japanese Quartz timing and “Mac OS” embossed across the band.
It’s definitely a piece of history.
20 years later, Apple’s digital Watch is expected to debut in March, starting at $349.
Source: The Tech Block