Last month Apple CEO, Tom Cook, said the company would likely start selling its highly anticipated smartwatch this April.
Today, however, Apple sent out invitations for a March 9 press release for the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco, a familiar venue for Apple.
Officially unveiled last fall alongside the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple’s smartwatch continues to be one of the most anticipated products of 2015. Late in 2014, a software development kit was released so developers could create Apple Watch apps prior to the product launch.
The stainless steel Apple Watch, with its crystal-covered display, will start at $349 US (approximately £220 or AU$380) and go up from there to their prime 18-karat gold edition.
The voice activated with swipe-to-glance watch features a host of devices such as a music player similar to iPod, a fitness tracker complete with heart-rate monitoring, the ability to send and receive messages, audio recordings and calls, as well as a handheld portal to other apps.
Oh yeah. And it can also make payments to Apple Pay as well as control your Apple television and even act as a remote for other connected smart-home devices.