Reports suggest that the Apple Watch will likely be released this March after it was revealed that retail training for Apple’s first wearable gadget will begin in mid-February.
According to 9to5Mac, via a number of sources, the California based computing company is currently finalising the Watch OS software on the Apple Watch to optimise the battery life. Since first announced in September last year it was suggested that the Apple Watch charge would only last for about a day and CEO Tim Cook has said previously that it will need to be charged daily depending how much it is used.
Apple has said before that its first smart watch would be coming out early 2015 with strong suggestion it would be in March. It will come with its very own, specifically designed operating software called Watch OS and the Apple Watch will also feature a multi-touch retina display sized at 38 mm or 42 mm (dependant on model), 256MB memory, 2GB to 4GB of flash storage with sync compatibility for iPhones and devices running iOS 8.2 or later.
Reports also state that Apple is looking to sell between 30 and 40 million watches at launch. This figure was based on the amount of components that Apple had ordered to manufacture the Apple Watch to meet the anticipated demand.
We’ve now got a good idea of when we’ll see the Apple Watch go on sale and when released there will be three different versions of coming out. The Regular version, a Sports version and a Premium edition of the Watch. The present price for the Apple Watch is set at around £230 however may change closer to launch.
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