• Apple CEO Tim Cook Says the Apple Watch Launch Won't be Limited to the U.S.



    It was reported that Apple CEO Tim Cook recently announced at the Berlin flagship store that the Apple Watch wouldn’t just launch exclusively in the U.S. When the wearable device launches in April, Cook confirmed that it would be released in Germany as well. This means that other countries may also be getting the smartwatch earlier than expected. News comes from retail employees who spoke with 9to5Mac and were present at the announcement.

    The report also noted that Cook is looking to release the device in the U.S. early next month, while releasing it in Germany and other countries late next month. Previously, the iPhone and iPad was available first in the U.S., U.K., France, Canada, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, and Singapore. However, Cook has yet to announce exact dates and whether it would even launch in the mentioned countries.

    The Apple Watch has reportedly been said to start at $349 and will come in three different models with the most expensive being the Apple Watch Edition. The Cupertino-based company is expected to give more details in regards to the Apple Watch at the ‘Spring Forward’ event on March 9th. Stay tuned for more details and information from Apple.

    Source: 9to5Mac
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple CEO Tim Cook Says the Apple Watch Launch Won't be Limited to the U.S. started by Akshay Masand View original post
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