The iPhone 6s will come with a brand new “Illuminator” Watch, which comes with a simple and easy to use setup.
The watch’s watch face looks just like a traditional Apple watch face, with a round, transparent back and two tiny LEDs along the sides of the face.
This makes the watch a very simple to use piece, and if you’re an Apple user, this might be the most obvious upgrade to the watch.
But it is, as far as we can tell, the first Apple watch that can be made with only the two LEDs, and it’s very much a design choice that’s meant to bring in the Apple crowd.
Illuminate has been one of the hottest new companies in the watch industry in recent years, thanks to the introduction of the Apple Watch Series 2.
And for the first time, the company is getting ready to take its design to the iPhone.
The company announced in November that it had launched a Kickstarter campaign for a new, larger model of the Illuminators watch that is supposed to be more of a premium version of the previous model.
The new watch will retail for $349 (roughly $550 in the US) and is expected to be released in October.
This is a bit ahead of the company’s other projects, but it’s not too far off, given that the original $249 Illuminants were made for the Apple watch.
This new one will also be made in China, so it will probably be slightly cheaper than the original, which sold for $300 at the time of its launch.
While we can’t test this watch out yet, we can say that it looks really good.
The face is very dark, with only two small bright lights and the back of the watch has a very dark background, but otherwise the look of the device is pretty similar to the first model.
The watch looks a bit like a “pale gold” Apple watch, and there are no big gaps between the three LEDs, but we wouldn’t be surprised if the company opted for a darker color scheme on the new model.
Illuminators are available in a variety of sizes, but the most popular models are the 4mm-thick 5mm-thin 6mm-diameter models.
For a quick guide to the various sizes, check out the video below.
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