When the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus came out in early September, Apple also debuted the Apple Watch, and now sources indicate it may have a more defined release window.

People have been eager to see what Apple's venture into the smartwatch arena would entail since it debuted last fall. The watch comes in three different forms, standard; sport and edition, and has a copious amount of wristband choices that go along with them. The series is meant to revolutionize the way people use their watches -- now, not just for keeping time, but for keeping up.

While there is no set release or ship date as of yet, 9To5Mac has reported that sources close to Apple are saying that March looks like a good month for the Apple Watch. Apple previously said that the watch would ship in "early 2015" and the Senior Vice President followed it up saying that it would ship in spring of 2015. March is both of these things and it is also the timeframe during which it seems the product will be ready to ship out, barring any complications along the way. Additionally, sources indicated to the site that employees would be undergoing retail training at Cupertino in February for new products, which neatly fits into the release window alluded to for the Apple Watch.

In the meantime, we'll be keeping watch (heh) on further release date developments. Many smartwatches have gone through a few iterations already, so it will be interesting to see just how Apple's first attempt goes.

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