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Apple's upcoming iWatch has been the reason why many tech sites are spending sleepless nights pondering what the new Apple wearable will bring to the table. And the excitement is obvious since the rumors have pointed at things that promise great times ahead.
However, even if the Apple iWatch is actually released this year, and you have already plans on owning one, this news will come as a major downer. Reports are suggesting that even if the wearable sees the light of the day this year, Apple might not start shipping the wearable device until early 2015.
"Sources in position to know tell me it won't arrive at market for a few months. 'It's not shipping anytime soon,' said one," says a report from Re/code. Apparently, it was Re/code's John Paczkowski who first put a truth marker to the fact that Apple would be holding an event on Sept. 9. He even said that it would be announcing the iWatch on that date too.
"So when does Apple plan to ship its eagerly anticipated wearable? That's not clear, but my understanding is that we're unlikely to see it at retail until after the holiday season - think early 2015," the post adds.
As of now, the entire world has one eye on the Apple-based Sept. 9 event, while the other on the IFA Berlin tech show. With the Sept. 9 event now closer, Apple is expected to unveil a larger screen version of its popular iPhone along with its first smartwatch.
The company has alsready sent out a cryptic invite, in its usual style, saying: "Wish we could say more." The invitation comes on a simple black-and-white background dominated by the company's corporate logo.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!