Watch: The Apple Watch is now available in the United States with swidden, or sealed, vinegar.
The $349 smartwatch has been in development for several years, and today’s announcement comes on the heels of a new report about the smartwatch’s capabilities.
The report claims that swidden can be used to clean the skin and breath of your skin, remove bacteria, and soothe the skin.
In other words, it could make you feel cleaner.
We asked Apple about the report, and a spokesperson told Engadgets, “Apple is committed to bringing the highest quality products to customers, and this latest news is a testament to that commitment.”
It also notes that Apple has not yet approved swidden for sale in the US, but that it is currently working with manufacturers to make it available.
The company has also said that the device will be sold “in the US and in select international markets starting in 2018.”
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