Apple previously said that the Apple Watch would launch in April, although the company did not specify whether the device would only be available in the US at launch.
Now Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has confirmed that the Apple Watch will be launching in more countries next month, which will include Europe, although he did not provide details on all of the countries that would get the device.
Tim Cook recently told employees at the company’s flagship store in Berlin, Germany that the Apple Watch would be launching in Germany in April, which should mean that the device is headed to the UK as well and the rest of the European countries.
Apple are holding a press event next Monday the 9th of March and they are expected to announce the launch date of the Apple Watch, we should also find out some details on pricing. We already know that the entry model will retail for $349.
Source 9 to 5 Mac