Apple Watch to be launched today; expected to be priced at Rs 36,999

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New Delhi | Updated: November 06, 2015 9:39 AM

Apple watch will be finally launched on Friday. Apple hasn't disclosed the price yet, but it is expected to come at a starting price of Rs 36,999.

apple watch to be launched tomorrowApple watch will be finally launched on Friday. Apple hasn’t disclosed the price yet, but it is expected to come at a starting price of Rs 36,999.(Reuters)

Apple watch will be finally launched on Friday. Apple hasn’t disclosed the price yet, but it is expected to come at a starting price of Rs 36,999.

In April, cross border e-commerce player Grabmore.in started taking pre-orders of the Apple Watch from Indian customers at a starting price of Rs 36,999. Grabmore.in usually gets the right price information of Apple products before they are launched in India. So, we can expect the Apple Watch Sport to be priced around Rs 36,999 for the base model.

The delay in the launch of Apple Watch can be attributed to the fact that Apple was considering to sell the Watch in jewelery stores too as it falls in the luxury fashion accessory segment while being a gadget primarily.

Apple may also announce the launch of Hermes band with the custom watch face.

There are 34 variants of the Apple Watch in total. While Apple is yet to reveal which of these will be made available in the country, it is expected that the Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch Edition will be included.

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