Apple retail senior vice president Angela Ahrendts with the former head of Burberry reportedly confirmed that Apple's smartwatch will not be launched until March 20 next year.
Apple CEO Tim Cook earlier said that tech enthusiasts will use it so much that they will end up charging it daily. However, his statement had fuelled speculations about the gadget's battery life as it has been a key concern for the company ever since the watch was unveiled on September 9.
Although Apple is confident that their watch will be received well by users yet uncertainties about its battery life persist. Many other smartwatches in the market have similar issues with their battery life, reported CNET.
The device will bring alerts and notifications directly to the user's wrist and will also act as a health tracker and a Walkie Talkie.