It has to be the most anticipated event of the year; the Apple Watch launch event.

Tim Cook and the team at Apple have kept us at the edge of our seats with timely leaks of the design and probable functionalities of the watch since it was announced last year.

Later today, at 18:00 WAT, the Apple Watch will make its big debut at the ‘Spring Forward’ media event to a sea of expectations.

The event can be streamed live here, and we are basically looking forward to details about pricing, battery life, supported apps and distribution.

iWatch is coming into a market already saturated by android powered smartwatches, but has received really warm reviews, let’s hope if flies with the early adopters.

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