iPhone 6 comes with an Apple A8 chip, one of the fastest mobile SoCs available on any device, while the Watch is built on an Apple S1 chipset, which is said to provide the same kind of horsepower as the Apple A5 chip that powered the original iPad Mini and the fifth-generation iPod Touch.Obviously, there's a huge difference in terms of processing power between the two Apple devices. The
One thing to bear in mind is that the Apple Watch unit in this video, which was apparently captured inside an Apple retail store, is most likely a test unit. At the moment, we do not know if there are any differences between retail-ready units and demo units, but at the very least, the demo units could come with a non-final version of the software. In any case, here is the leaked Apple Watch boot video:
Apple opened up for Watch pre-orders a little more than a week ago, but only a small percentage of customers will receive their units on April 24th when the Watch officially launches. Depending on the exact model, some shipping estimates are currently pushed back as far as June.