Apple engineers are testing Apple Watch in the wild

“The Apple Watch is only shipping early next year, after being announced earlier this month, and Apple engineers are reportedly already sporting the wearable in the wild,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac.

“According to reports on Twitter, Apple engineers have been spotted with the sport model at their usual bus stops en route to work,” Gurman reports. “Of course, they were carrying the new iPhones, too.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]


  1. I understand that this is true. According to reports, bears and some deer have been seen wearing test versions of the new Apple Watch in Wyoming and Alaska. When they say, “In the wild” they mean it.

  2. It seems as though Apple intends to ship a thoroughly tested product. A few months internal shakedown should be good for consumers. The news media will be looking for every flaw in the AppleWatch so Apple really needs to get it as perfect as possible.

    1. It would be a bet the company product if Apple was an ordinary company. They do have tons of cash but failing at this would significantly damage their image. I think they’ll get this right and show everyone else what a smart watch is.

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