Apple provided a sneak preview of the ‘Apple Watch’ in September. The new wearable product will take the center stage on Monday, March 9. Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to take the wraps off the Watch at a special event at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco. It will be the first product developed under Tim Cook’s leadership.
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The tech giant may also unveil other new products such as an improved Apple TV or a long-rumored Retina MacBook Air. For those who couldn’t get an invite to attend the event in San Francisco, the Cupertino company will livestream the event. The keynote is scheduled to begin at 10:00 am Pacific Time (1:00 pm Eastern Time).
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Alternatively, you can keep up to date with ValueWalk from the device of your choice. We will be providing latest news, views and analysis throughout the day. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter (@ValueWalk) to get the latest updates. During the 90-minute livestream, the iPhone maker is expected to answer a number of questions about its soon-to-be-launched wearable device. How much will it cost? What apps will it arrive with? Recently, Tim Cook said the new wearable device will replace your car keys.
Apple’s first new product in five years
Though the tech giant has not confirmed the event would be about the Watch, its invitation simply reads “Spring Forward.” That’s a word play on the resetting of watches for daylight savings. The Watch connects to your iPhone to receive notifications about calls, messages, emails, and events on your calendar. It also packs heart rate sensor, accelerometer for fitness tracking, Siri and Apple Pay besides standard watch features such as stopwatch and alarm.