Apple Posts Final Apple Watch Tour Videos Showing Apple Pay, More

Apple added the final three videos to its Apple Watch guided tour series on Thursday. The short videos show how to use Apple Pay as well as the fitness-related Activity and Workout apps.

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The how-to video series highlights several Apple Watch features the company expects users will want to start using right away. Along with Apple Pay, Activity, and Workout, Apple also shows how to use Messages, change watch faces, use Digital Touch, make phone calls, navigate with Maps, and play music.

Apple Watch was unveiled last fall as an iPhone accessory and fitness tracker. The company pushed its smartwatch as a lifestyle device that makes the technology we use daily more personal.

Apple Watch is priced starting at US$349, and tops out at $17,000. Pre-orders sold out within the first half hour of availability on April 10 and are currently showing June shipping windows.

Early pre-orders will start arriving tomorrow, April 24. Availability is so limited, however, that Apple won't offer in-store sales through June. Instead, shoppers will be directed to Apple's Website to place orders.