According sources speaking to the 9to5Mac, Apple is hoping to launch a March debut for its wearable. For the initial wave of countries, retail employees should be undergoing special retail training as early as the 9th of February. Sources are also adding to heighten expectations just a little as the tech tycoon have been making tweeks here and there to improve the device since its September unveiling. This is centered on the software side of the device but rumor has it Apple has even made changes to the charging mechanism used.
Since we’re on the topic of the Apple Watch, it’ll be right time to tell you guys that Samsung is producing the S1 system in a package for the device. The South Korean tech giant is set to combine multiple components including the processor, mobile DRAM, NAND flash, and other chips into one package. This is a development from previous reports that Apple was rumored to be relying heavily on the support of Samsung for the components of the iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch.