Apple CEO Tim Cook, in a recent interview with The Telegraph in the UK, says the Apple Watch has become an important part of his daily routine.
“I’m now so used to getting all my notifications and all my messages,” he says. “It’s so incredible just to do this.”
We’re expecting to hear much more about the wearable device at a special media event on Monday, March 9 in San Francisco. And Cook discussed the watch during an unannounced visit to an Apple Store in the country.
Along with praising Jony Ive’s design of the watch, Cook also said he expects a number of new apps that will take advantage of the device.
He specifically noted that the watch could someday lock and unlock your car, replacing the usually large key fobs that all drivers need to carry around.
And among other tidbits from the story, the watch’s battery life will last a whole day and charge quicker than an iPhone. Users will also be able to filter messages so they can react to important information directly from the Apple Watch.
The entire interview is definitely worth a read as Cook talks more about his daily schedule and his usual 3:45 a.m. wakeup time.
Earlier today, my colleague Bryan M. Wolfe offered more about what to expect during Apple Watch event early next month.
For other recent Apple Watch news, see: Swiss watchmakers unveil their own smartwatches, The Apple Watch is featured in a multi-page ad spread in the March edition of Vogue magazine, and The Apple Watch should have no problem dominating the smart watch market.