Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 8. The following day, Apple is inviting us to "spring forward" at a "special event" in San Francisco. Hmm...could Apple be showing off a device that has something to do with setting the clock? Macworld will be in the audience to bring you the details at 10 a.m. Pacific.

As is standard for Apple, the invite gave no details other than time, date, and location (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, a larger venue than Town Hall in Cupertino, where Apple held its last event). But given the tag line and the timing, it's a given that the company is finally launching Apple Watch after months of build-up.

What to expect: We're guessing Apple will take the wraps off new Watch apps and demo the wearable's range of capabilities, which we've only seen glimpses of so far. Also the debate over how much a solid gold Apple Watch will cost will finally be settled when the company reveals the prices of each model.

What do you hope to find out about Apple Watch? Let us know in the comments.

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