Apple has had a lot of good fortune lately, especially over the Christmas holiday, and it seems their luck is going to hold out through in 2015, as more news about their first wearable, the Apple Watch, has finally been released after months and months of speculation. Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, has revealed that the much-hyped smartwatch from Apple will begin shipping in April of this year.
Unfortunately, we still don’t really know all that much about the watch, except that the price for the most basic model will be $349. For that kind of a price, it better do a lot more than tell the time. (Which, knowing Apple, it surely will).
Tim Cook has apparently been using the watch for a while, and states: “I’m using it every day and love it and can’t live without it…I see that we’re making great progress on the development of it.” He goes on to state that he’s also impressed with all of the developers out there who’ve been making their apps compatible with the Apple Watch.
Will you be lining up to get your wrist on the Apple Watch? Why or why not? Let us hear your thoughts in the comments section below. Also – are you a fan of the name, or would you have preferred it to have been called the iWatch? Sound off below.
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