Although Apple is already late to enter the wearable market, with its iWatch, it might make a huge plunge into the market soon. While the iWatch rumors and leaks have started making way into the webosphere, iPhone 6 has been out of the spotlight for a while.
On Thursday, Cantor Fitzgerald's Brian White reportedly said that the wearable device would be unveiled, along with the Apple iPhone 6, in September. Moreover, he also predicted a price tag of $200 to $230 for the iWatch.
But other sources from the industry have reportedly leaked another information pertaining to the availability of the iWatch. According to them, the smartwatch would be officially launched in October. And according to the speculations of many tech-gurus, the iWatch will feature a curved OLED screen.
Other things that could feature in the iWatch are health-oriented sensors for obtaining health-related readings (such as calorie consumption, blood oxygen levels, sleep activity and blood glucose levels). For health apps and features that are going to be used in the iWatch, Apple has partnered with the Cleveland Clinic and the Mayo Clinic. It has also teamed up with Nike for the sports-related functions expected on the watch.
Apple appears to be pretty confident with its upcoming wearable device because the company bis reportedly said to have plans to make about 3-5 million units commercial every month, which exceeds the total global sales of watch-like devices last year.
Apart from these, all other features and specs remains to be a mystery. Stay tuned to GizBot!
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