Apple could be looking at the best possible market for its upcoming devices, which are possibly due to get official tomorrow. Moreover, what is building more curiosity among the fans is the company's first wearable device - the iWatch. But that doesn't mean that iPhone 6 is off the spotlight yet.
Anyways, regarding the iWatch which is said to become official tomorrow, according to another report would go on sale early next year. However, the news is highly suspicious as Apple has a history of rolling-out shortly after the announcements. And if the company doesn't want to release the device, it is reasonable to think that it wouldn't unveil at all. It does mean that if it announces the device tomorrow, it will go live on retailers soon, most probably in 10 days from the announcement.
What is quite incomprehensible is that it is reportedly said that Apple has invited a number of fashion editors and bloggers at tomorrow's event. And for sure, they wouldn't be there to write about the new iPhones or iPads. Thus, iWatch is something, which can be said to the main product to be under the spotlight tomorrow.
But, thus far, the information of the iWatch has not come to the highlight but just the rumors of it. Perhaps, that would do until tomorrow, so, according to the rife rumors updated from time to time with newer ones, you can expect the Apple iWatch to come with the following specs.
Firstly, it is said that it would come in two sizes viz. a 1.3-inch and a 1.5-inch screen. The display would be a Flexible AMOLED panel with a Sapphire cover for the display. The watch would be powered by a new SoC with a number of sensors and it would also feature Biometric functionalities. The device is said to be slim and light.
Apart from that, the upcoming watch would be Water-resistant, and would be closely integrated with the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. It would also support NFC chip with support for payments and would be powered by 200 to 250mAh battery. Other features reportedly said to feature in the iWatch are the Biometric recognition, and a wireless charging support.
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