This morning Apple revealed the Apple Watch. This is a device that opens up a new door for Apple - wearables. And it’s not just a tiny iPhone - on the contrary. This is a whole new machine, complete with accessories that’ll make it unique to the user.
This morning its become apparent that Apple is hosting more than a few top-level recording artists at their big event this afternoon. The first and possibly most important of these is Dr. Dre - Apple employee. He’ll be joined by no less than Gwen Stefani - complete with a white iPhone and white Beats headphones in tow.
This morning it was confirmed - believe it or not - that Marie Claire is at the Apple Event expected to reveal the iPhone 6 and iWatch. This brand is almost certainly not alone in its origin and aim - attending the event, essentially confirming the idea that Apple will be revealing the iWatch today. Or at least something very fashion oriented. Perhaps Beats-related.
We’re all signed up and ready to roll at Apple’s event center this morning before the big event. We’ll spare you the pleasantries and get this one out of the way right this minute - if you want to follow along, hit up our Apple portal for up to the minute coverage. Below we’ve got the commentary.
We still don’t know what the structure outside of the Performing Arts Center in Cupertino is, but we are hearing some news late on Monday about who may be involved with it. Sources claim that U2 will be part of Apple’s festivities tomorrow, and will reveal a very close tie-in with an Apple product and their new album.
The company that created the iPhone is no stranger to fashion. They’ve taken cues from - and given cues to - the fashion industry for years, for everything from product presentation to in-store packaging. Even an Apple Store bag is considered a fashion accessory in malls. But Apple is about to take a much more clear step in to this industry very, very soon.