During Apple’s Q1 2015 call on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook told listeners that development for the much-anticipated Apple Watch is on track, and that he expects it to launch in April.
While Apple had announced their new wearable would be hitting shelves in “early 2015,” the company hadn’t narrowed down the release to a specific month.
Although April 2015 could be considered to be pushing it a bit to be considered “early 2015,” Cook noted that the company considers the first four months of the year as “early,” so by that measure, the release will be right on track.
Cook mentioned an “impressive number” of developers are working on software for the device, although he didn’t mention any specific titles. However, he did mention he couldn’t live without the Apple Watch.
“My expectations are very high on it. I’m using it every day and love it and can’t live without it.”
Apple unveiled the Apple Watch at last September’s iPhone event, however at the time they failed to give a firm delivery date for the new device. Apple has since maintained their “early 2015” timeframe for the launch.