The Apple Watch, which was supposed to hit stores in March, will find it’s way to retailers by mid-February.
Despite being a notorious no-show every yet at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Apple somehow manages to always find a way to steal the show. With no actual confirmations, just many rumors and leaks, it seems like Apple is bringing in the new year just fine.
Reports released revealed that Apple broke it’s App Store sales record the first week of January. January 1 marked the biggest day in sales history.
What’s more, is that the Apple Watch, which was supposed to hit stores in March, will find it’s way to retailers by mid-February. The watch will have two models, the metal and glass sport priced at $349, and the stainless steel and sapphire crystal at $500.
The latest MacBook Air will supposedly come with 12-inches, a higher resolution and an all new SSD.
Another rumor that circulated this week is the latest MacBook Air, which will supposedly come with 12-inches, a higher resolution and an all new SSD. The smaller notebook will have to make some accommodations on the keyboard for its narrowing, and the rumors say it will be available around mid-2015, probably just in time for WWDC.
Now I’m not saying it’s purposeful that all this news and rumors jumped out of the box this week, during one of the largest electronics showcases in the world, where Apple is curiously absent from. I’m just saying it’s not a coincidence either.
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