Wearable tech devices have been a part of conversation for months now. With established players like Samsung and LG already managing to draw shutterbugs with their respective intelligent watches, Apple will soon follow the trend with its iWatch.
While there's been no specific word on when Apple will unveil its most crazy device to date; however, if recent rumors have anything to go by, the iWatch will be ready for a Q4 2014 launch.
The iPhone 6 is, perhaps, one of the most hyped devices to get launched in 2014. But, at the same time, Apple is also expected to launch its first ever wearable device, likely to be called as iWatch. While some rumours have suggested that Apple could unveil the iWatch sometime in October, we'd rather take these rumors nothing more than a faux pas.
The iWatch is likely to be made available in the Q4 of 2014, which means one could see the unveiling anywhere between September and December time frame. Now, according to a report by money.udn, a Chinese site, the much-awaited iWatch has been delayed until the fourth quarter of 2014. Moreover, it is also being speculated that iWatch shipments projections have been revised, in accordance to the current state of rumors.
TPK, a sole contract manufacture in charge for producing silver nanowire touch modules, expects the iWatch will enter into production mode in the Q4, instead of the Q3 as speculated previously. The company said they were expecting a healthy third quarter because of the Apple's iWatch deal.
There are not many rumours yet regarding what we can expect from the iWatch. However, some reports are claiming that there could be more than two different versions of Apple's iWatch to be launched later this year. The price of the iWatch is still unclear, but it likely will likely to be priced at par with the upcoming Motorola Moto 360. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!