Apple building extension to Yerba Buena Center for its media event on March 9th
Back in September, Apple built a similar extension which was used to hold demos of the new Apple iPhone 6, Apple iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple Watch. While Apple introduced its smartwatch at the time, there was plenty of information that was not revealed including the pricing for the more expensive models. In addition, at the upcoming event we should learn more about the battery life of the device, and whether the timepiece is officially water resistant. Apple CEO Tim Cook says that he wears his in the shower, so it would appear to have an IP certification rating.
Perhaps the most important information to be released will be the expected launch date for the Apple Watch. Cook has previously said that the device will not be released before April.
source: 9to5Mac via RedmondPie