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Announced this past week, Apple has planned a "secret" event for March 9.

Although it is a "secret" everyone knows the deal.

Here comes the Apple Watch.

As of now there's a bit of speculation surrounding its possible capabilities, and a heaping of "why would I need a connected watch?" Having watched Apple create devices that were seemingly simple and not really necessary, and then become integrated into our daily lives, I am expecting this to surprise us in a multitude of ways.

I get this vibe from the latest story put together by the U.K.'s The Telegraph. That's because Tim Cook gave several examples of what the all-new Apple product will be capable of.

One of them was replacing car keys.

...There will be lots of other potentially revolutionary uses. The watch is designed to be able to replace car keys and the clumsy, large fobs that are now used by many vehicles, Cook told The Telegraph. This could be a major development and will reinforce the view that Apple is circling the automotive market...

While I don't believe I'll be one of the first adopters picking up an Apple Watch — right now I enjoy swapping between my automatics: a Bell & Ross BR02-92 Blue and a Maratac Big Pilot — I will say this does have me intrigued.

What about YOU, Spies? Are you going to be getting in line for the Apple Watch? Would you welcome it replacing your car keys?


...The big event on 9 March will showcase the Apple Watch; and it will be launched to consumers in April. Cook, needless to say, is already wearing his new Apple Watch. He couldn't even contemplate living without it anymore, he says.

"I'm now so used to getting all my notifications and all my messages," he says. "It's so incredible just to do this...


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