According to a new report, the Apple Watch should be available on the market at the end of March 2015.
9to5Mac announced the news, citing several anonymous sources close to the company.
Cupertino initially planned the launch of the device for “early 2015,” but the event was delayed due to optimizations that were necessary for the software.
The software is now finalized and the device is reportedly ready for the final adjustments in terms of autonomy and inductive charging.
Another reason for the delay is linked to a training program that is expected to take place in February with employees of the company, especially those of Apple Stores in the US.
“Several sources tell us that Apple is planning an extensive testing program to familiarize Apple Retail Store employees with the new product category,” the report notes. “One or two representatives from many Apple Stores in the United States, depending on store and market size, will be sent to Apple offices in either Cupertino, California or Austin, Texas to learn first-hand about the Watch. These training programs will take place between February 9th and February 16th.”
The Apple Watch was announced in three different versions: Classic, Sport and Edition, each with their own distinctive wristbands.