Apple, as you may know, is always in news. And that happens due to a host of reasons, ranging from the next iPhone to the future of the iPad. However, another massively rumored Apple product that's currently making all the headlines is the upcoming iWatch smartwatch from the company.
The smartwatch market may be in its infancy, but if notes are to be made from whatever the technology has achieved in recent months, the future is much more oriented toward the wearable technology.
There are a host of big names in the mix that have already made known their intentions of entering the wearable market in the coming days, and it isn't that big a surprise that Apple now intends to get into the act as well.
We have seen a host things leaked for the Apple wearable in recent times. However, none can be given enough importance since all are in the rumored state. But with the number of rumors growing almost everyday, the indications are getting strong that an Apple wearable is indeed arriving.
But then again, what do we know about the new Apple smartwatch? What are the rumors saying about the device? We take a look at the 5 most potential rumors on the web to date.
If going by what the rumors have to say, the iWatch will come around with a 1.6-inch display, meaning a slightly bigger than the display we found on the iPod Nano 6G. But this isn't the only rumor that's up on the web. Apparently, previous iWatch speculations have spoken about a square display at a much larger 2.5 inches measured diagonally.
The iWatch is basically set to take all the important notifications from your iPhone and transfer them to your wrist. And with most of the innovation on your wrist, expect to receive calls or other notifications without even taking the handset out of your pocket. There should also be a built-in speaker that could answer all you queries on almost anything.
As revealed via numerous reports, the iWatch's display might be made by LG and it also might sport a sapphire glass protection. And for the sake of it, the sapphire glass could soon take over the popular Corning Glass 3. Also a 1.2 Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor is expected to be offered.
The iWatch from Apple has been constantly in news for sporting some sort of a wireless charging technology on release. And although we are yet to come across something potent in this regard, Apple is said to have already called upon a wireless charging coil supplier in China for the upcoming iWatch smartwatch.
Reports claim that the iWatch will probably see an October 2014 release. And this is after already it was said that the smartwatch's production has started. Although one analyst believes that the Apple iWatch has been delayed to November, and that its mass production will begin as late as September.