We know the Apple Watch is launching in April—but when? A new report from MacRumors claims the launch will occur in the early half of the month, perhaps a month after Apple’s upcoming event on March 9.
An anonymous but reliable source told the site Apple will begin moving its wearable to distribution points across the U.S. during the first few days of April, with a full launch to follow immediately after. The apparent goal, according to MacRumors, is to make the device available the week of April 5-11; a lot of major Apple releases occur on Friday, which would peg the launch for April 10.
We’re expecting to hear more details about the Apple Watch at an event next month, including more pricing and possibly even details about battery, which is still something Apple hasn’t directly addressed. We know the device will start at $349, though pricing beyond that is unknown. Apple’s media event will be streamed live, so keep it locked here for all the latest.