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Apple has already started counting down the time and date for its most awaited September 9th event. Moreover, for the first time, the Cupertino giant is also live streaming the event. If you are not aware, the iPhone 6, iPhone 6L and iWatch are the ones, which are probably going to be launched at the event.
Anyways, the latest news regarding Apple has been making round in the webosphere. This one is regarding the company's smartwatch - the iWatch, which has been on the rumor mill for quite a long time.
According to the latest report from KGI securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the new iWatch will boast of 8 GB storage and 512MB RAM. Additionally, the analyst further adds to that saying that the Apple will bring the iWatch in two sizes. They will be measuring 1.3 inch and a 1.5 inch and come with an aluminum built.
Also, it is likely that Apple might use gold for casing the iWatch to target premium customers. Moreover, the report also reveals about a number of "holes" on the back of the device, which will be used basically for the use of Apple's HealthKit.
If previous rumors are to be banked upon, than iWatch will also be water-resistant. It will also house various sensors to track information like blood pressure, body temperature, heart rate, barometric pressure, blood oxygen level and so on.
However, the device is said to come only next year. Back in July there were reports claiming that mass production of Apple iWatch will start in November. However, Kuo stated in the report that Apple will not ship the iWatch until 2015 although it might be announced at the iPhone 6 launch event.
However, since Apple has not formally spoken about the iWatch until now, the new updates should be taken with a grain of salt and since the event is just around the corner, it will all be clear soon.