Leaked Video Message from Apple SVP Angela Ahrendts to Employees [Watch]

Leaked Video Message from Apple SVP Angela Ahrendts to Employees [Watch]

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A video message from Apple SVP Angela Ahrendts to Apple Store retail employees has leaked online.

In the video, Ahrendts addresses some common concerns about the Apple Watch launch.

● Apple Watch orders are online only right now, will not be sold in stores on April 24th
● This was the first time Apple has previewed a product in stores two weeks before its availability
● Pre-orders will start being delivered on Friday
● MacBook launch is also very important
● Space Gray and Gold MacBook off the charts
● One of the best MacBook launches Apple has ever had
● Unique time, iconic blockbuster in-store product launches are not going away

Take a look at the video below!

[via Mac4Ever] [via Yohann]

Leaked Video Message from Apple SVP Angela Ahrendts to Employees [Watch]

King Rollo - April 22, 2015 at 6:45pm
The issue is without doubt the apple watch launch (not th watch!) is a bit rocky - where apple do well is creating the hype on day zero, it's that hype that continues long term. It's great selling a shed load of watches pre-order but will it continue....
PaulieP - April 22, 2015 at 4:56pm
I always had a feeling that this woman was not doing a great job in this video proves that she is an idiot. She does not speak clearly, I understand the audio sucks but she still cannot carry a sentence without saying "Um" 40 times. She doesn't speak with confidence either, I almost feel bad for her while watching her talk. I feel worse for all the employees who have to sit there and listen to her and her terrible audio. C'mon, this is Apple, the audio should be much better. I also believe now that she is way over paid and she's a terrible motivator on film. No wonder when I talk to employees at the store, they all dislike her tremendously as well. Angela, you should work at Chuck E. Cheese's.
PaulieP - April 22, 2015 at 7:04pm
Personal set up should not be forced upon customers and the way she hammers it in, it's like she doesn't want to single customer to walk out of there without personal set up. I personally would never want anyone else to open up a brand-new product I just purchased. I would rather open it and enjoy it fully on my time whether it's with friends, my tech guy, or by myself. it's a watch and it's Apple, if it's as easy to set up as Apple products and as Apple states then why all the extra work for personal set up? Sounds like Angela is worried about her job and it sounds like she's trying to make herself Leverageable. Too bad Ron Johnson is not still in that role, he would run circles around Angela.
iProService - April 22, 2015 at 3:54pm
The echo makes it unbearable to watch.
Manbearpig - April 22, 2015 at 3:25pm
U people who comment are di&$/
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