It feels like a long time since the last Apple event, right? No? Well, Apple has something to say – so watch out world.
Apple is holding an event on March 9 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. The press has received an invite from the company, which simply says "Spring Forward". Apple never really tries to veil the content of its upcoming events, and this one is no different. It's clear that the upcoming Apple Watch will be the primary focus.
Tim Cook has said that Apple Watch will likely ship sometime in April, but apart from that we don't really know much more about its availability and pricing. We know that the cheapest version – the aluminum "Sport" edition – will cost $350. But we have no idea what the regular edition and the super-premium gold edition with cost. Reports have indicated that the classic Apple Watch could run around $500, and the gold one could cost multiple thousands of dollars.
You have that lying around, right?
The Verge suggests that we could see something about a new MacBook Air design and possible updates on the Beats Music service – but we all know what this event is going to be about. It's Apple Watch time.
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