Do you think Tim Cook will walk onto stage wearing the iWatch?

TheDeviceUser

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Just a little though, when Tim walks onto stage in just over and hour and a half's time, could he just casually walk on wearing the iWatch? Just to see if anyone notices it?
 

Mugambo

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yes yes and watch out for a long thing in Tim's pants, diagonally measuring 5.5 inches..
 

Crichton333

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Dont think so, you can barely see a mans watch, they will show it on the big screen. But he will be holding the iPhone 6 thats for sure.
 

mnsportsgeek

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No. Cook won't be wearing the device at first. The watch will come out of the ground and then he'll put it on.
 

nfl46

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It will be covered up. He won't reveal it until they show it on the slides.
 

youknome

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Tim will probably spend the first 10 minutes or so bragging about the glorious things Apple has done since the last keynote.

I reckon the iWatch will be the last to be unveiled.
 

nnacrumors

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Tim will probably spend the first 10 minutes or so bragging about the glorious things Apple has done since the last keynote.
Ugh

I always hate that part of the keynotes :mad:

Just shut the f up about patting yourself on the back and get to the products already.
 

Hustler1337

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Tim will probably spend the first 10 minutes or so bragging about the glorious things Apple has done since the last keynote.

I reckon the iWatch will be the last to be unveiled.
Yeh, that's the standard - boring us for the first 15 mins talking about things no-one's really interested in, until we get to the meat of the keynote.

If there ever was a 'just one more thing', it'll probably be the iWatch. :)
 

veedubshafer

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You'd probably think differently if you were an Apple shareholder. :)

Yeah and you can call it whatever you want but I think they're very proud of their accomplishments. Nothing wrong with that.

The thing is probably less than 5% of iPhone buyers even know this phone is coming out today. We are the minority in a big way. What I'm saying is the keynote is more for the industry and media than the end users.