Apple iWatch Coming Soon: 10 Most Beautiful Concepts To Feast Your Eyes Upon

    Sure Apple is all over the news for its upcoming iPhone. But the company has also made a lot of ground owing to the expected release of its first wearable tech in the form of the heavily rumored Apple iWatch. And the amount of rumors and leaks it has seen over the month make us feel something special is on its way.

    Apple is currently expected to launch the new wearable next week alongside newer versions of its iPad and iPhone. In fact, new rumors are claiming that it will come in male and female versions, with flexible screen sizes of 1.3 and 1.5-inches.


    Apparnetly, the iWatch is also expected use the well known NFC technology for communication purposes. This would allow it to be used as a credit card as well as for monitoring health. According to the New York Times, it will also have wireless charging capabilities.

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    But that's not all. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, in a recent report, believes the iWatch will feature 8 GB of internal storage, with 512 MB of RAM. And then, KGI also believes the iWatch will come in two sizes, with a 1.3 inch and a 1.5 inch screen as it wants to appeal to both men and women.

    So as you can see, rumors have been flowing in abundance claiming a host of things for the new Apple wearable. But what's more exciting is how exactly the device will look on final release. While only Apple holds that information for the time being, we are guessing good things owing to the fact that Apple has always been known for its innovative side.

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    But before all doors are opened up for media and fans alike, there are already a few concept images that have made their way to the internet where artists have imagined on the overall build of the device.

    Hence we take a closer look at the 10 best concept images for the new iWatch that have made so much noise over the last few months. And these are as beautiful as they come.

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    Apple's newest iWatch is expected to feature 8 GB of internal storage, with 512 MB of RAM.

    It's a widespread belief that the iWatch will come in two sizes, with a 1.3 inch and a 1.5 inch screen as it wants to appeal to both men and women.

    The new iWatch from Apple is expected feature NFC, making it the first ever Apple device to support the technology.

    The iWatch from Apple could also be utilized as a remote for 'smart' home gadgets, few other rumors have claimed.

    Several iWatch leaks have pointed to Nike FuelBand SE-like fitness tracking and biometric sensors. But we are sure that will be a reality for the device on release.

    Others rumors related to the Apple-made wearable have claimed that the iWatch will end up with a 1.6-inch display. That's slightly larger than the square-shaped iPod Nano 6G.

    The iWatch has been rumored time and again to arrive with sapphire glass protection. And although the tech has also been rumored for the new iPhone, the wearable stands a better chance of offering it.

    What will be powering the new Apple smartwatch? Seriously, we don't know. But a renewed partnership with ARM is on the cards.

    The iWatch was recently speculated to come with more than 10 sensors including an accelerometer, gyroscope, altimeter, compass, heart-rate monitor, and more.

    September 9 is the date to fix inside your head in. That is the day, we are all guessing, the new Apple iWatch will be revealed to the world. Keeping fingers crossed here!

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