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 Nothing, really. It's just all in the facial expression and body language, didn't look like he was up for him piping up at all. 
 Surprised you say that. It's very clear in the video he's wearing the gold one. When not in the light it looks a little more silvery, but watch close, it's definitely gold here. Whether that's true day to day I don't know, but I'd venture to guess he does. He's at a luxury conference here, merely on PR alone, he'd be showing off the gold. He also talks rather emotionally about how much he loves their gold, he's rather proud of it. Phil wears the Stainless Steel Space...
 I suspect there IS a statement coming. Apple just did the service of telling its employees first. What a crime. 
The TV is considered the epicenter of your living room and entertainment at home. It seems obvious to me whatever is coming with the new Apple TV is at the heart of the announcement here and will tie a number of things together, both within the ecosystem and digital entertainment.    EDIT: Could also be making a connected home hint. From the Apple TV at the center out through your other devices to the watch (circles for watch apps)
Got in right at 3:01a ET via the Store app on my iPad, 4-6 weeks right away even checking out in under 30 seconds, oh well.     
 Another Black SS Link Bracelet checking in....
How'd I know I get trolled in an answer...
Uh, whatever to all these comments so far. Any idea what time we can actually preorder on the 10th? Midnight PT?   ...I guess this question is a little ironic...
Unfortunately (depending on perspective) the Space Grey 42mm is the only one I am interested in. Guess I will be paying full price for admission.
The reality is, Apple moved to Intel because it was BETTER, and FASTER, by a significant margin, when the time was right. That's how Apple works. We are talking about a potential chip that may be good enough to take to over in the near future. Not good enough. An ARM move won't happen until the advantages in performance outstrip Intel at at least an arms length, and I don't see that happening for a few years yet. 
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