Black History Month is observed annually in February in the United States and Canada. Throughout the month, anti-slavery commemorative events are held, as well as the contribution of African Americans to the development of various industries. This year, Apple decided to make its contribution to this event and released a unique mono-bracelet for Apple Watch called Black Unity.
In terms of materials, the new strap does not differ from existing woven mono-bracelets. It is made of polyester with woven silicone threads. The key feature of Black Unity is coloring. The main color of the strap is black. However, it has red and green dots that symbolize the Pan-African flag.
Along with the strap, Apple also released a special version of the Unity Lights watch face. It was developed using 2D ray tracing technology. This creates an interesting gradient of reds and greens. The watch face has a number of settings that allow you to change its appearance.
You can order the Black Unity Monobrace now from the Apple Online Store. The strap costs $99. As for the watch face, it can be installed on Apple Watch Series 4 or newer models.
A source: Apple