NEW YORK: Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, on the launching ceremony of the company’s hi-tech watch in September, revealed its price starting from $349. But now news about new price is surfacing on Internet and the stainless steel model will be available from $500, while the gold version will cost the customers $5,000 when it will hit the market next year.
And the source also revealed the firm is on track to release its first wearable around Valentine’s Day, as per previous rumours – dismissing more recent claims of a spring release.
Apple’s Watch will be available in three models: Sport, stainless steel and gold. Within the gold range, users will be able to choose from rose gold and yellow gold, and prices are expected to range between $4,000 and $5,000.
This converts to £2,510 and £3,130, but conversions can’t be used to determine global prices because Apple typically sets prices on a region-by-region basis.