The Sydney Morning Herald reports that fashion editors and bloggers “in unprecedented numbers” have been invited to the jamboree.
Apple is currently suffering from a perception that it has not really shown off anything new since the introduction of its iPad some years back. Its share price on Wall Street has suffered too.
But even if Apple’s CEO Tim Cook (pictured) does show off a smartwatch, Taiwanese suppliers reported just last week that several components were still in early testing stage and that it is unlikely that an Apple smartwatch will be available to buy until 2015.
Apple also joins a slew of other vendors hoping that smartwatches will really light up peoples’ lives.
The launch tomorrow, could be rather banal, with Apple just introducing another iPhone to its range.