Circa News has published its list of the most followed news stories for the year, and not surprisingly the introduction of the Apple Watch makes the list.
“2014 saw Ebola become an international public health emergency, dominating headlines from the summer and onward. It was also a year where police tactics in America against young black men were protested in large numbers, not just in the United States but around the world.”
The list contained other significant stories like the death of Robin Williams, the protests against police in Ferguson, and Malaysia Airlines flight 17. Here is the complete list of the ten most followed news stories of 2014:
2. MH370 Goes Missing
3. Conflict Between Ukraine and Russia
4. Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
5. The Fight Against The Islamic State
6. Michael Brown Shot in Ferguson
7. Gaza Conflict
8. Virgin Galactic spacecraft crashes
9. Apple introduces the Apple Watch
10. Losing Robin Williams
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the Apple Watch at a media event in September. The Apple Watch will be available in early 2015 in three models: Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, and the 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition which is said to cost as much as $4000. The base model of the Apple Watch is set to start at $349 USD.
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