Fitbits, the fitness trackers that helped make the world go ’round, are being revived with a new look and new features.
But what will the j79 Fit look like?
And will it work with Apple Watch?
These questions are now being debated on Twitter.
But what exactly does the new Fit look and feel like?
Let’s start with the new hardware, which includes a new, higher-resolution OLED display, which should make the device feel a lot better than it does now.
The j79 is still the same, with a plastic case and a plastic front, but there’s now a metal back.
This gives it a much sleeker and more premium feel.
But there’s also a redesigned bezel, which will allow you to get a better grip on the watch and see the calories you burn.
And the band is now a bit thinner and wider, allowing you to wear it over the watch band.
The new j79 also has a much smaller battery, which is an improvement over the old j79, which used a bigger battery, but it’s still a bit bigger than the previous one.
It also has three different battery modes, which are now labelled “Power”, “Power+”, and “Life” – which is actually a small “B” on the front.
The band is also a bit wider, making it easier to hold.
There’s also more band-related software, including the ability to use the Apple Watch as a trackpad.
Apple has made a couple of minor changes to the watch itself, but these are minor and the new watch is still a very small watch.
But there are also a lot of changes to how the watch looks and feels.
There are now more buttons, as well as more subtle differences.
The new watch has a new back, so you can see where the new OLED screen is, and you can even see where it meets the bezel.
The bezel has also been improved, so it looks less like a plastic cover.
The back of the watch has also had a “power” button, which can be pushed to make it power up.
There also is now an indicator light at the bottom of the bevel, so the watch can be seen when you press it.
The j79 has also got a new colour scheme, as the bezels of the older models have been replaced with a black-and-white design.
This makes the watch look much more like a fitness band, which means that you can wear it as a watchband.
The power button also has been redesigned.
The bezel now has a black button, while the bevelled edges have been added, to give it a very clean look.
There are also more buttons and more subtle changes to watch software, too.
You can now use the power button as a “lapse” feature, when the watch is asleep, or you can use it to switch between the watch face and other apps.
There is also an option to turn the beverages on and off, as shown in the photo above.
Buttons can also now be used as a button-less device, like the iPhone and iPod touch.
This makes it easier for people who are not quite comfortable with a physical button to use a touchscreen instead.
There’s also new software that gives you access to your activity and calorie data from the watch.
This means you can now get notifications from the Apple watch, as seen in the video above.
Apple also has added the ability for you to see your data in a new “health bar”, which shows the total calories you’ve burned in the past 24 hours, as you type.
The latest version of the j78 has also received a new design, which looks a lot like the one on the Apple iWatch.
There has also also been a new battery indicator.
The watch is also getting a few cosmetic tweaks to make the whole thing look better.
Apple’s made the watch’s back a bit narrower, so that you don’t get any screen scratches on the sides.
The watch has been made lighter, so this makes it a bit easier to wear.
And Apple has also tweaked the watchface.
It now has “Life”, which means it’s a bit darker, so your watchface looks much more natural.
The bar now has an option in it to turn it off, which gives you more options for how the time and calories are displayed.
This is all very nice, but as I said earlier, the new j80 will be a much more significant update than the j77.
I’d still recommend you wait for the iPhone 5s, which came out a couple months ago, to see if it’s going to be a big upgrade.