Apple is planning a March debut for its much anticipated ‘Apple Watch,’ new report claims.
Cupertino has refrained from disclosing anything else except that the wearable would witness an “early 2015” launch. However, a new report on 9to5Mac, citing ‘sources in the know’, claims that the Apple Watch is on schedule to be released by the end of March.
As per the report, Apple is planning to conduct an extensive training program to train staff up on the new smartwatch. One or two representatives from various Apple stores will be called over to Apple’s offices in California or Texas to be given a full overview of the device. The training sessions have been scheduled starting from February 9 to February 16.
Apple is currently putting the finishing touches to the operating system and is testing the battery of the device before the launch. The smartwatch was first announced in September.
As announced earlier, Apple’s watches will come in three models – “Apple Watch Sport” considered to be in the entry level, “Apple Watch Edition,” in gold and “Apple Watch” made in stainless steel. While the metal and glass sport model will be priced at $349, the stainless steel and sapphire crystal standard model will be sold for approx $500, and the gold version for a whopping price of over $1000.
The iPhone maker is yet to officially disclose pricing and availability details of Apple Watch.