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Cupertino to talk Apple Watch on March 9th

by on27 February 2015

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Apple is going to change the wearable landscape forever at its upcoming event, scheduled for March 9th 2015. 

Here at Fudzilla we expected to see the Apple Watch in retail by April, but it looks like Apple will reveal the new device and more details on Monday, March 9th, and probably start selling watches shortly thereafter.

Analysts believe Apple can sell millions of these watches in the first year of sales, and the funny effect will happen one more time - Android Wear and other smartwatches will benefit from the Apple Watch too. We saw this happening with Apple Pay, as Google Wallet spending spiked after Apple started rolling out Apple Pay.

The event tagline is "Spring Forward" and the company's cheapest aluminium Sport watch model is expected to debut at $350. There will be much more expensive models, too, depending on the strao and overall cool factor. This will once again change everything. It happened in 2007 with the iPhone, then with the iPad, and there is a good chance that Apple Watch will be a success despite its obvious flaws. Just give it some time. 

Apple CEO Tim Cook has already revealed that you should be able to buy one of these watches in April. Some rumours suggest Apple might introduce a new MacBook Air design (5th generation Core Broadwell-based probably) and a revamped Beats Music streaming service 


Last modified on 27 February 2015
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