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A Chinese Scion Outfitted His Dog in Apple Watch Bling

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China isn’t exactly known for its kindness to dogs — but at least one canine is being showered with riches.

Wang Sicong, the son of one of China’s richest men, Wang Jialin, posted photos online of his dog wearing two gold Apple Watches on Monday. The gold Apple Watches retail between $10,000 and $17,000, and having two for a dog seems to be exactly the kind of extravagance deplored by China’s government. Still, it’s hard to be disgusted at Wang’s show of wealth once you see how happy his dog looks:

According to the caption, Wang’s dog is generally satisfied with the gifts, even if there’s not one on each paw: “I have new watches! I’m supposed to have four watches since I have four long legs. But that seems too uncouth so I kept it down to two, which totally fits my status. Do you have one?”

See What's Inside the Apple Watch

The display is carefully removed, revealing the innards of the Apple Watch iFixit
A plastic tool is used to remove the device’s battery. The Apple Watch sports a 3.8 V, 0.78 Wh lithium-ion battery, which has a life of about 18 hours for general use before needing a recharge iFixit
The Taptic Engine is the tiny motor that provides force feedback whenever the watchface is pressed or when the user receives a notification. Here, we see that it is attached to the Apple Watch’s speaker iFixit
The antenna assembly is removed, which likely controls the watch’s Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functionality iFixit
Removing the digital crown bracket is the final step before having access to the Apple Watch’s integrated computer chip, the S1iFixit
Deep in the Apple Watch’s casing is the S1, the integrated computer chip that gives the device its smarts. It’s extremely difficult to removeiFixit
At the bottom of the watch case lies the plethysmograph that serves as the Apple Watch’s heart rate monitor. The device may also be able to measure a user’s blood oxygen level, but Apple hasn’t promoted this feature, possibly due to FDA regulations iFixit
The separate components of the Apple WatchiFixit

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