The Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak, stating in an interview that Apple Watch is a work of art and millions will buy the smart clock.
Steve Wozniak States that he generally is not a major fan of smart watches, but when it comes to Apple Watch he occupies a different position. In an interview with Britain’s BBC , he stated that it will most likely be a success.
–Display on Apple Watch is a small work of art in itself, “says Steve Wozniak to the BBC.
He believes that all “hip” users will want to have an Apple Watch and millions of people around the world will buy it. The difference between Apple Watch and similar products, according to him, is that “Apple creates products that are more fun than others”.
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– Anyone who owns an Apple product will be buying it, and that means millions of customers right from day one. It will help the sales to get a momentum, “said Steve Wozniak on.
Whether he gets the right remains to be seen. The first model of the Apple Apple Watch will be released sometime in april, however, it is unknown in what countries. Read more in everything we know about Apple Watch so far.
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