Apple may launch two variants of the iWatch next year if an analyst is to be believed, with different screen sizes for men and women.
Rumors about the iWatch have started to circulate once again, the latest being that the smartwatch might be launched next year as LG is apparently close to clinching an OLED display deal with Apple.
There has already been a lot of speculation about Apple’s smartwatch. According to an analyst, its likely that the iWatch might also have home automation features.
Apple hasn’t said anything about its much rumored iWatch smartwatch as yet, though a new poll suggests that the company might end up shipping as many as 10 million units in the first year of availability.
There have been countless rumors in the past which peg iWatch release next next. As per a new rumor, Apple will release the iWatch in the second half of 2014 and will price it between $149 – $229.
Apple is said to be “aggressively” hiring designers for the iWatch, which it plans on releasing in 2014.
An Apple patent, filed in December 2011, hints at the possibility that the company’s much rumored iWatch might come with flexible batteries that will be shaped to fit its form factor.
Only recently it was discovered that Apple had started to trademark ‘iWatch’ in a number of countries. There can be a setback on the horizon for Apple, as the name is already trademarked by different companies in UK, US and China.
Speaking in Mexico City, Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak hinted about the upcoming iWatch, and mentioned that Apple is merely in a waiting period between innovative products.
After recently filing for the ‘iWatch trademark’ in Japan as well as Russia, Apple has expanded this trademark filing to a host of different countries around the world. Is this an indicator of an imminent launch?
Here’s a we-told-you-so development, Apple filed an application for ‘iWatch‘ trademark in Japan. Enough said.
On the outside looking in, it does seem like Apple is in some trouble as iPhones aren’t selling well and tablet market share continues to drop. Tim Cook has promised investors, as well as Apple’s loyal followers, that the Cupertino-based tech giant will deliver some ‘amazing’ products later this year. Among some of the speculated
Could the fabled iWatch be heading our way in 2014? It’s a possibility, and it seems like Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, isn’t ruling out that possibility.
Samsung has confirmed that it will also launch its own smartwatch, although no time frame or features are known at the moment.
Eye glasses and watches are definitely not new concepts, but Google and Apple are attempting to re-invent these ageless tools by integrating more “smart” features into them.
Apple fanboys may have to wait three years before they can get their hands on the much-rumoured iWatch, according to a glass manufacturing firm believed to be working on the device.
Apple's next device, the iWatch, could be powered by movements of the wrist, according to a patent filing published today.
According to people with inside knowledge of Apple's plans, the iWatch is a very real thing and has a development team of 100 people working on it as we speak.
Apple has been trying to diversify its portfolio as of late, and an “iWatch” is definitely a change up from the conventional gadgets that its factories have been churning out.
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