Apple teased us last year with the unveiling of the Watch. While it looked sleek and exciting, Tim Cook and Co. left out a lot of important details. Well, now we have them. For starters, battery life should be around 18 hours based on typical use. While not ideal, this is much better than some of the rumored times that were floating around when Apple left the info out of the first presentation. It will charge with a magnetic cable that snaps onto the back, and it will have the ability to send any notification your phone gets to your Watch. You can also send messages between Watches and much, much more. The Sport model is the most affordable with prices starting at $349. If you want to drop a lot more, you can purchase the gold Watch Edition for around $10,000. Pre-orders start on April 10 (if you’re not interested in buying one, don’t go near an Apple store that day), and it will be available April 24.