Apple has just announced its highly anticipated Apple Watch event; it’s happening on March 9th. The company today invited media to a gathering taking place at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. It’s here we’re expecting to hear final pricing and availability details on the company’s first wearable, and it’s also a safe bet we’ll get another demonstration of its features. The event’s tagline is “Spring forward,” an obvious reference to time — and a watch.
We know that the Apple Watch will start at $350 for the aluminum Sport model, but the company has remained silent on pricing details around both the regular version and its ultra-luxurious Apple Watch Edition. CEO Tim Cook previously revealed that the device will ship at some point in April. The Apple Watch represents Apple’s first landmark product introduction since Steve Jobs unveiled the original iPad in 2010.
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