Apple Watch Previewed Privately by Chinese Internet Regulator

Apple Watch Previewed Privately by Chinese Internet Regulator

Ever wondered what it’s like to get an exclusive look at Apple’s latest smartwatch? Well, if you’re the head of China’s Cyberspace Administration, you might just get that chance.

Lu Wei, the Chinese Internet czar, enjoyed such a privilege during a top-level visit to Apple’s headquarters in California.

Apple Watch Previewed Privately by Chinese Internet Regulator

During his exclusive meeting with CEO Tim Cook, Lu Wei was not only shown the functionalities of the upcoming Apple Watch but also discussed Apple’s expansion plans in China, along with issues related to user privacy and national security.

The much-anticipated device is slated for release in the early months of next year.

Adding to his high-profile tech tour, Lu also met with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg.

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