Apple may show off much more than Apple Watch at next special event

“Apple has a lot of explaining to do,” Cadie Thompson reports for CNBC. “While the tech giant showed off the Apple Watch at its iPhone launch in October, the company has since held its cards close, revealing only minimal information about the wearable device.”

“Earlier this month it was reported that Apple was planning an event on Feb. 24. While Apple has not confirmed that date, it is expected the company will announce a launch event in the near future, industry experts said,” Thompson reports. “Investors, as well as consumers, may expect to get an earful about the Apple Watch at the event, but the company may also have a few surprise announcements in store, those experts said.”

“Besides lots of news about the Apple Watch, the company could also reveal its music streaming ambitions,” Thompson reports. “The tech giant may also reveal a new larger iPad and new models of its MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, said Bob O’Donnell, chief analyst at TECHnalysis Research.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz,” “Edward W.,” and “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]


  1. CNBC need something to write about i’spose

    The simple reason Apple inc. moved away from industry events was to work to their own timetable, delivering products when they are ready to wow consumers and increasingly businesses.

    Apple inc. do not pander to numskull analysts and click bait reports on CNBC!

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