Apple unveiled its First wearable Smartwatch dubbed as “Apple Watch” back in 2014, but has been fairly vague about its availability, saying only that it will be launched in “early 2015.” The launch windows was later further narrowed down in November by Apple’s retail chief Angela Ahrendts who, in a video messages, told the employees that the Apple Watch will be hitting shelves in “Spring.” Now the Mark Gurman of 9to5mac reports that Apple Watch will be launching in March 2015.
Apple is all set to launch its much anticipated wearable Apple Watch within the next couple of months, reports Mark Gurman of the 9to5mac. Gurman, in his report, says that Apple is winding up work on the software that will be used on its wearable, and his sources close to the project claim the project is on track to launch in the US by the end of March 2015.
While Apple has announced the Apple Watch release in “early December”, and then its retail chief said that the wearable will launch in “Spring of 2015,” so a March release really makes sense and fits well with Apple’s announcement. Gurman, however, has also cautioned about the Software development or manufacturing issues could push back the Launch of Apple Watch to a later date. Apple has plans to begin “extensive testing program” in mid-February 2015 to educate a select number of retail employees about the upcoming new product, who will not only get a hands-on experience of the Watch, but also receive an extensive training.
Apple unveiled its first wearable Smart Watch back in September 2014. The Apple Watch will come with a built-in hear rate monitor, and will have the capability to connect with your iOS device to show variety of functions including interactive push notifications, and activity tracking. The Watch is announced to come in three different models: Sport, Standard and Edition, with base model starting at $349.