Welcome to TeachMeiOS.com. Today I’ll show
you what it was like unboxing my Apple Watch. In this video, I’ll give you my thoughts
as I take the Apple Watch out of its packaging and strap it on my wrist for the first time. I pre-ordered a 38mm Apple Watch Sport in
Space Gray, and it was delivered last week. After pulling off the tape on the outer box
which was kind of long and narrow the iconic white inner packaging was revealed. I’ve
always been impressed with the quality of Apple’s packaging. Even thought the Apple
Watch Sport is the cheapest version of the Apple Watch, it feels like you’re getting
really quality product, even before you take it out of the box. The shrink-wrap on the
outside of this box was tough to remove, so I used a nearby spoon handle to do the job.
The box had a nice weight to it that helped to slowly slide the lid off. Once the lid
was off, it showed a plastic box that contained the Apple Watch itself. I set this aside for
later. It was easily lifted out with two pull tabs. Next came some documentation and the
extra larger sport band. After that, the Apple Watch magnetic charger and power brick. Finally,
I got to the fun part, the Apple Watch itself. After peeling off the outer wrapping, the
box snapped apart, showing the Apple Watch inside. It was really cool how Apple just
laid the Apple Watch in the box, almost like it was on display. This really does feel like
a fine piece of jewelry more than a technology product. The device itself had some protective
wrapping on it that was easy to remove. It felt great to strap the Apple Watch on my
wrist for the first time. As I mentioned in the video of my Apple Watch fitting appointment,
the Sport Band feels amazing. It’s really soft and doesn’t really feel like rubber.
And you can tuck the end of it into the rest of the band to keep it out of the way. The
watch is really light and stylish looking – it was definitely worth the wait! Thanks for watching! Stay tuned for a video
showing my experience setting up my Apple Watch. You’re on TeachMeiOS.com.