The all-new Apple Watch finally debuted in all its production-ready glory at the Apple "Spring Forward" media event on Monday, March 9. The event, which was held at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, also unveiled an all-new 12-inch MacBook Pro as well as a new deal between Apple TV and HBO Now. 

Of course, the biggest headline at the show is undoubtedly the Apple Watch. The new smartwatch comes in 38 mm as well as 42 mm sizes and looks wonderfully elegant in both. The Apple Watch is also available in a number of watch face materials and band styles that are sure to attract customers of all kinds of taste. The prices start at $349 for the entry-level Apple Watch Sport Model and all the way up to a staggering $10,000 for the luxurious gold edition.

Unique features available to the Apple Watch include innovative apps including Apple Pay. Apple also hopes the new smartwatch will allow wearers cto use the watch to get through airport security more efficiently without the need to dig out a boarding pass or to pull it from your phone.

However, what we really want to know is how the new Apple Watch stacks against the likes of current offerings like the popular Samsung Gear 2 and Moto 360 by Motorola, technical spec for technical spec. Be sure to study the chart below for all the specifications. Now it's your turn: which phone would you be most interested in wearing? Let us know in the comments below!

Apple Watch Vs Samsung Gear 2 Vs Moto 360 Technical specs compared: Apple Watch Vs. Samsung Gear 2 Vs. Moto 360 Latin Times