Steve Jobs knew about the concept of Apple’s wearable device “the Watch”, which was known as the iWatch before they finally named it the Apple Watch. As it is told by Creative Strategies’ Tim Bajarin, who had an on-and-off relationship with Jobs dating back 35 years.
“Steve was aware of the Watch,” Bajarin told an audience of analysts, developers, and venture capitalists Thursday at Glance, an Apple Watch conference in San Francisco. “He didn’t nix it as a product.”
Apple Watch is a product that was developed after Jobs’ death, as it was written by Wired, in-depth Secret History of the Apple Watch:
“ Ive began dreaming about an Apple watch just after CEO Steve Jobs’ death in October 2011,” … “This was to be the next step in a dynasty—the first without the guidance of Steve Jobs.”
Apple Watch was announced on September 9, 2014 through the Apple event. Tim Cook said “we have been working incredibly hard for a long time on entirely new product (Apple Watch) …”.
Since April 24, 2015 users started to order the Apple Watch.
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