Apple Sets March 9 For Expected Apple Watch Event

By Anuj

Apple on Thursday sent out invitations to selected members of the press for a special event on March 9. The much anticipated event will take place at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco, the site where Apple has unveiled various blockbuster devices such as the iPad.

Presumably, Apple will focus on the Apple Watch that's set to launch in April this year. Last month, CEO Tim Cook said Apple would start selling the intelligent watch in April. The tech giant from Cupertino has yet to share accurate details about the Apple Watch.

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Apple Sets March 9 For Expected Apple Watch Event


The company announced the Apple Watch in September last year. The entry-level Apple Watch will cost $349 (approximately Rs. 22,000), but the standard version will likely to be priced high. Meanwhile, the Apple Watch Edition is expected to cost as high as $10,000 (approximately Rs. 630,000).

The new time piece has been the subject of astonishing online rumours, with a plethora of supposed leaks. However, despite all the speculation, Apple has refused to confirm any details of the Apple Watch.

Apple Watch is the first major product category for the firm since the iPad in 2010. The company is betting big on the Apple Watch, as it could revolutionize the wearable market.

In addition to the Apple Watch, the firm could introduce the much-awaited iPad Pro - the 12-inch tablet device - based on recent rumors. Besides the iPad Pro, the 12-inch MacBook Air is something that we could also see unveiled at Apple's March 9 event.

Source - Mashable

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