Have entirely too much money? Want to buy a $10,000 Apple Watch that will be obsolete next year? Let the velvet ropes part my friend. Apple is is giving you the VIP treatment. Lines? Please. Those are for the 99 percent.
The high-end customers can expect a unique shopping experience. According to 9to5Mac, this includes shipping lines and having a dedicated Apple Watch expert on hand to help lighten your wallet.
Private rooms will be set up for the discerning Apple Watch edition buyers. You will be able to try two devices on at a time to make your selection.
Too busy to hit an Apple Store? If you are willing to pay $10,000, Apple is more than happy to set up a video conference with an employee to go over the options and features of the watch.
Who knows, you might be able to tap out morse code to summon your driver. There should be an app for that.
Other Apple headlines include the company doubling their data center’s size in Reno, NV. Two buildings now house the company’s data center, and they own 345 acres surrounding the area. Plenty of room to expand.
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, has also joined the Giving Pledge – joining the ranks of Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. He will donate the majority of his wealth before he dies to a variety of causes.
Bill Gates is the most prominent figure in the Giving Pledge with his Gates Foundation. Billions have been donated so far, and billions more will enter non-profits in the future.
Those needing some haptic feedback and another device to charge won’t have to wait much longer. April 24 is the release date.
Will it have the lines of an iPhone launch? I doubt it. But, if it does, Apple will be in line to be the first trillion-dollar company. For me, the wearable market just doesn’t have that compelling app. It is going to take serious fitness metrics or a health app that blows our minds for me to sign on.
Until then? If I have $10,000 lying around, you’ll find me on the beach.
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