With the Apple Watch launching in April, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, has spoken about the device at the annual Goldman Sach’s Technology and Internet Conference.
Tim Cook spoke to Goldman Sachs Coo Gary Cohn about the Apple Watch and Apple’s plans for the device, you can see what he had to say below.
If you think about the MP3 industry, we weren’t the first company to make an MP3 player, there were lots of companies in this. They weren’t used very much. They were fundamentally hard to use — the user interface was bad and you almost needed a PhD to use them. They’re not memorable.
I see the smart watch category very much like that. There are several things that are called smart watches, but I’m not sure you could name any. There hasn’t been one that changed the way people live their lives. At Apple, that’s our objective. We want to change the way you live your life.
Apple will launch the Apple Watch some time in April, and the company is expecting the device to be their next major product, it will be interesting to see just how popular it will become.
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