Apple is planning on releasing its Apple Watch in March. That’s according to anonymous sources speaking with 9to5mac, which say that staff training for Apple store employees is due to get underway soon.
The March release date covers the United States according to sources, although it is believed that other countries, including the UK, will see the device land at the same time.
Senior staff from U.S. Apple stores are apparently being sent to the company’s HQ in California for training between February 9th and February 16th. These staffers will then brief their teams in the days prior to the Apple Watch’s release.
Apple has so far not confirmed a date for its smart watch’s release, only saying it will be coming ‘early spring’. Some rumours had suggested it would be out as soon as Valentine’s Day.
The Apple Watch will start at $350 in the U.S. Prices are expected to rise to $500 for the stainless steel model, going beyond the $1,000 mark for the top–end gold edition.
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