By Jonathon Dornbush
Updated January 27, 2015 at 11:10 PM EST
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The wait for Apple’s first foray into the smartwatch market will soon be over, as the company’s CEO confirmed the watch is expected to ship in only a few months.

The Verge and several other outlets report that, during Apple’s quarterly earnings call, Tim Cook revealed that the Apple Watch is expected to begin shipping in April. Nothing about pricing outside of the originally stated $349 starting price was said, according to reports.

“I’m using it every day, and love it, and I can’t live without it,” Cook said on the call. Whether users will take to the watch like Cook has, there is some recent good news for those thinking about picking one up—the Apple Watch’s battery is expected to last an entire day.