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Sources claim that Apple will begin training its Store staff on the new Watch on February 9, before the device - which the company has said will cost from $349 - goes on sale in March.
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The Apple Watch webpage got a makeover last night and now features new animations, images and info that can give prospective buyers a feel for the upcoming product's user interface and experience.
The Apple Watch looks set to launch later than some had expected, as details of a leaked internal company video reveal that it does not plan to launch the new wearable device until spring 2015.
Apple has still not officially shared details about the battery life of its new Watch, but the company's CEO, Tim Cook, admitted this week that users "will end up charging it daily".
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According to a new survey, only 11 percent of the participants have shown eagerness to purchase an Apple Watch, when it releases early next year while most others are uncertain about the device.
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Apple has declined to comment on the Apple Watch's battery life, saying the company has "said all we are going to say at this point" about the new device.
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After all of the rumors and speculation, Apple has announced its new wearable device. The Apple Watch starts at $349, and requires an iPhone to work, with availability from early next year.