We already knew that Apple plans to release the Apple Watch in April but a new report from MacRumors indicates that the watch will be released in the early part of the month.

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“According to a reliable source that spoke with MacRumors, Apple is planning to begin moving Apple Watches to centralized distribution points in the U.S. during the first few days of the month, with an Apple Watch release possibly coming during the first full week of April, between April 6 and April 10,” the publication writes.

We know that Apple is planning a big March 9th event where it will presumably reveal the Apple Watch’s official release date and hopefully spill some more details on it. MacRumors also expects that Apple will tell us during the event when you’ll be able to preorder the Apple Watch for April delivery. It would also be helpful it Apple gave us more detailed pricing information during the event, since the company has been mostly silent about this since unveiling the Apple Watch last year.

Recent reports have claimed that Tim Cook told Apple employees at a store in Berlin that the Apple Watch is now water resistant enough to shower with, so that could definitely be a new feature the company will tout.

Prior to joining BGR as News Editor, Brad Reed spent five years covering the wireless industry for Network World. His first smartphone was a BlackBerry but he has since become a loyal Android user.