Apple's 'Working Hard' to Catch Up With Demand for Apple Watch
As you already know, Apple on Monday shared the information about its financial results in the second fiscal quarter of 2015. During the financial call, Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted that the supply of the Apple Watch was and still is too weak to catch up with the demand for the wearable device. He also said that the company and its suppliers are 'working hard' to produce enough smartwatch units for all those who have already pre-ordered or plan to purchase the gadget in the near future.
Cook promised to do his best and not only ship all the pre-orders as soon as possible, but also to launch the Apple Watch in a number of second-wave countries within several weeks.
According to Cook, demand for the Apple Watch is much greater than supply, but the company is "working hard to remedy that." He said that Apple made a lot of progress on that over the past week, and was able to deliver the Apple Watch to more customers than Apple had originally anticipated.
There are some rumors on the Internet, which suggest that the Apple Watch will be launched in a number of new countries on May 8th. Still, nobody can say for sure if this date is legitimate or not. Especially if to take the immense demand for the wearable device into account.
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