Reports suggest that the Apple Watch is expected to launch at the end of March.
Apple are said to be preparing their store employees, with Apple Store representatives across the US getting first-hand training between February 6-9th, according to 9to5Mac.
Their sources say this training will then be passed down to general store employees, in the days before the launch.
Apple have apparently been working on improving the watch’s battery life, the Watch OS and its charging mechanism.
In other Watch updates, the news app Pipes has released an interactive demo that shows how the Apple Watch will work.
The demo shows how push notifications will appear, how ‘glances’ will work, and what different apps will look like.
You can also add your own company’s logo to the basic demo, to see how it looks on the watch.
It also highlights how the Digital Crown can be used for navigation, scrolling and zooming.
In the upcoming iOS update, iOS 8.2, there are also settings that give support to the Watch, showing that the wearable’s release is coming soon.
Have a go on the demo here.