Apple Hires a Sales Director of Renowned Watch Company For its iWatch Launch

| July 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Apple according to a report at Apple Insider, hires the sales director of a well-known watch manufacturer TAG Heuer to get assistance for its much-anticipated iWatch launch that could happen anytime in the fall of this year.

The Jean-Claude Biver (Head of the TAG Heuer) said in an interview to CNBC that the company’s sales director has left for Apple last week. He further says, he would have been disappointed if the marketing chief had joined another watch manufacturer. Biver also hopes that Apple will provide him a great working experience.

Anyhow, the name of the employee who has joined Apple is still unconfirmed and didn’t come in the air so far.

What Rumor Mill Says Regarding iWatch?

According to the different reports and rumors, Apple will be releasing its next-generation iPhone 6 along with its much-awaited iWatch later this year. It was being supposed that Apple will surely hint about its upcoming lineup for 2014 at its annual WWDC event but unfortunately, there was nothing except the announcement of the new operating systems, the iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite.

One thing that puts weight to the story saying Apple is prepping for iWatch launch is Apple’s focus for health issues. We have seen it introducing HealthKit at the Worldwide Developers Conference on June 2. With this app users will be able to track their sugar level, heart rate, steps, sleep and all that’s needed for being well.

Obviously, Apple will need a device for this purpose. So, Apple iWatch is supposed to be the one which will be doing that job. Anyways, we can’t say anything for sure especially when we are talking about Apple. We’ll let you know if there comes anything official from the company. So stay tuned!


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