Apple Watch to Be Launched In April, Says CEO Tim Cook
Apple's most personal device ever, Apple Watch, will commence shipping in April, according to Apple's CEO Tim Cook. This information was revealed during Apple's quarterly revenue sharing meeting with investors.
Apple CEO TIM Cook has announced to the investors who attended the quarterly earnings call about the commencement of shipping of Apples watch in April. There has been a significant increase in the sales of iPhones last quarter and the growth is mainly due to its huge demand in China. Apple will now be looking forward to carrying on with this sales boost that it has received, by soon launching its next popular device, Apple watch. This will be the next major launch of brand Apple after it had successfully come out with iPad in 2010.
Tim Cook said that the company is making steady progress in the development of Apple Watch and that the company is happy with the response that App makers and developers have shown so far in the product. If you can recall, Apple watch was revealed last September by the company and it had called it "most personal device ever" then. Apple does not announce any new and significant news during its earning calls, but this time it was a surprise, yet remarkable exception.
There may be a few who might criticize the timing of the launch of Apple watch, as it is too early in a calendar year. But Tim feels that Apple divides a calendar year into three parts, each having four month window, like: early, middle and late. He feels that the shipping date is within the range thought by the company. Apple watch will be coming out in three types: a regular model, a sports version Apple Watch for the active consumers and ultra-premium edition of Apple Watch that would compete with other luxury watches in the watch market.