Apple has begun hanging banners outside the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts art gallery in San Francisco, California ahead of the company’s “Spring Forward” special media event scheduled for Monday, March 9th at 10am PDT/1pm EDT.
It is widely expected that Apple CEO Tim Cook and other company executives will take the stage to reveal details about Apple Watch, including pricing, battery life, demos of third-party apps, and launch date.
There have also been reports that an all-new 12-inch Mac portable may be unveiled although we’ve heard from one source that it’s possible that Apple will save that product for later this year in order to avoid deflecting full attention from Apple Watch.
Apple logo going up at Yerba Buena for Watch event. This time with pic. pic.twitter.com/kaNeH2W99V
— Ben Bajarin (@BenBajarin) March 4, 2015
Apple will webcast March 9th ‘Spring Forward’ special event live on Apple TV and via its website (apple.com/live). As always, MacDailyNews will cover the event with live notes, so you red our reactions and comment on the proceedings as you watch Apple’s live webcast. Check our home page for the coverage link on Monday morning.
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