At its Spring Forward event earlier this week, Apple launched the Watch. The wearable is available in as many as 34 variants and in two sizes 38mm and 42mm. While it is relatively to choose a particular variant based on the design and pricing, it is the size that has many perspective buyers in a tizzy. For them, here s a simple way to find the right size for your wrists. Also Read - iPhone SE 3 likely to bring some interesting specs at a budget, release timeline outAlso Read - Apple AR/VR headset mass production may be delayed until end of 2022 : Report
While Apple has a sizing guide to help buyers, going through the PDF can get a bit overwhelming. Alternatively, the Apple Watch app too has a sizing guide, but that involves holding your iPhone to your wrist. Also Read - Apple Watch Series 7 first look: Classy with lots of health features
Mcelhearn.com has however made things simple by taking screenshots of the size guide and scaled it to size. You can take a printout of the size guide on an A4-size paper and then cut out the blank spaces to leave the Watch. You can find the PDF here.
As mentioned above, the Apple Watch will be on offer in about 34 variants, with pricing starting at $349 and going well above $10,000 for the 18-Karat Watch Edition.
Last year, similar cutouts of the bigger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus went viral before they went on sale in the US.