Pokemon Go Plus
As you might have heard on Niantic Labs, The Pokemon Go Plus, will be set to launch in most part of the world on September 16th, and later in the year for a few south american territories.
Pokemon Go Plus is a wearable device that is compatible to most iPhones(5 / 5c / 5s / SE / 6 / 6s / 6 Plus / 6s Plus devices with iOS Ver. 8–9 )and Android ( 2 GB RAM or more with Android Ver. 4.4–6.0) devices, Bluetooth® Smart (Bluetooth Ver. 4.0 or higher) will be required to use Pokemon Go Plus.
How does Pokemon Go Plus Works? Basically when the device lights up and vibrate, it means that it has a PokeStop or a Pokemon Nearby. Simply tap the button on the device, to search the PokeStop for items or to capture the Pokemon that is in the vicinity.
Pokemon Go Apple Watch
Niantic Labs has also decided to implement Pokemon Go into Apple Watch which was featured at the Apple event. It was also officially announced that Pokemon Go will be available on the Apple Watch. Apple and Niantic Labs blended Pokemon Go into Apple Watch as a fitness application. The way it works is almost similar to Pokemon Go Plus, however is more graphical and has a few more features. Such features include allowing user to see PokeStops, Pokemon, as well as to capture and hatching eggs, and not forgetting about the fitness part, calories spent, time, and distance is also shown together in the Apple Watch.
(Source: Apple Event)
So which will you be getting? Or perhaps both!