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National Review article The History Channel is taking on the history channel’s new program about the Apple Watch, a new Apple device that’s set to go on sale later this year.
The History Channel’s “Watch It Now” program, scheduled to air in February, features an interview with former Apple employee Jim Wertheimer about the new Apple Watch.
Wertheim, who has been the executive vice president of Apple since May, was an outspoken critic of the device, and he also was one of the first to speak out against Apple’s “fake news” policies, a practice in which the company tries to suppress the truth about events.
Wertheim told the History Channel about his experience at Apple, explaining that he worked at the company from 2001 to 2006.
Wichmann explained that Werties team initially came up with a product to help make the Apple brand more accessible to women.
He said that they didn’t have a product for men to buy, and that women did not have the same confidence with a company like Apple.
He also discussed the company’s attempts to keep women from using its products.
Wierentheim said that women were told by their supervisors to keep their hair shorter, but that that didn’t sit well with them.
Wiermann said that he felt that Apple’s products were marketed to women, but he didn’t think that was the case.
Wierentheh interview with Jim Wierman was recorded and posted to YouTube in January.
After the interview aired, Wierettheh received a flood of comments from viewers.
One viewer wrote, “I’m not a fan of the History channel, but this is very nice.
I’m really interested in what you have to say.
Another viewer wrote “This is so nice!
Thank you for making me feel welcome.
I will be watching it soon.”
A few weeks later, Wierhems interview with the History crew was broadcast on History.com.
The History channel confirmed to Quartz that the History of christianship channel will air the interview with Wierhim.
The interview with Hwirhems was taped in 2007 and is not currently available to watch online.
Watch it Now will air on the History channels website on March 9.
The Apple Watch’s debut date is still to be announced, but Wieretheh said that it will be available “pretty soon.”