When will Apple release the iWatch and how much will it cost?

ernard

When is the iWatch going to go on sale and how much will it cost to get one?

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jimlynch
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October seems to be the month most sites are predicting, but this is Apple so you never know. We'll just have to wait and see.

catamount
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I haven’t been able to find much information on pricing, but if I had to guess, I would take the closest comparable product and double the price. So, my guess is $300-400 but that is just a number I pulled out of…..thin air.

 

There is more reliable information available about production and release dates. There seems to be a general consensus that it will be released this fall. Reuters is reporting that production will begin in July at Quanta Computer Inc. in Taiwan. The same article suggests that the iWatch will go on sale in October.

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