Wired, March 14, 2020.
The iWatch will be available to purchase in stores for the first time on March 24th, 2020, Apple announced on Monday.
The new watch will be called the Apple Watch Edition, and will come with a host of additional features that Apple says it hopes will help consumers find value in the device.
Apple says the new watch, which is expected to cost $999, will include a “high-quality stainless steel bracelet, a stainless steel body, an IP68 water resistance rating, an OLED display and a microSD card slot.”
The iWatch Edition will be priced at $2,199, and it will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Apple has long maintained that the iWatch isn’t ready to be marketed to consumers just yet.
However, the company has released some specs for the watch, including the fact that it has an aluminum casing that is 0.5 inches thick, and that it’s water resistant up to 1 meter.