Up until today it was unknown whether Apple would host a second event to discuss the Apple Watch. Now that we have confirmation of a second event, let's revisit some of the biggest questions I expect to be answered on March 9th.
What will it cost?
This has probably been the most discussed aspect of the Apple Watch since it was announced. Recent speculation has suggested the Apple Watch Edition may cost up to $20,000, with the regular version fitting in somewhere around the $750 - $1,000 price point.
When and where will it be released?
Although we know the Apple Watch will be released in the US in April, the exact date is unknown, as well is the launch plans for other countries.
How will it be sold?
Recent stories have suggested Jony Ive and Angela Ahrendts are working on a redesign of the Apple Retail stores to display and sell the Apple Watch, but there's hardly a chance these changes will be ready for an April release.
How will upgrades be handled?
If the Apple Watch Edition ends up costing upwards of $10,000, will Apple offer an upgrade/trade-in program? And if so, will they announce such a program before they are available for sale?
What kind of apps will be available at launch?
I suspect Apple will invite select third-party developers on stage to showcase what they've designed for the Apple Watch. The biggest question is who?
How long will we keep it for?
Whether or not Apple will or can answer this question on March 9th is hard to say, but one has to wonder, especially when you consider the potential investment.
There are many other questions still in the air about the Apple Watch, but luckily we don't have to wait long for some answers.
Only 11 more days to go.