So we know October may see the launch of Apple’s most impressive and most important iPhone. Apple adds another thing we might want to watch for in October. It looks like Apple is hinting that Apple iWatch may be making an appearance in October alongside the iPhone 6. It looks though that Apple might go on a slightly different trend again as with all their products. Reports suggest that this will not be a usual square type of smart watch. What it would be is a rectangular type of wearable gadget. Reports also suggest a possible 2.5-inches screen and there could be a slew of selection in sizes for the Apple iWatch. It will most definitely be a touch interface smart watch and would have wireless charging capabilities, a first in the stables of Apple devices.
With iOS 8 putting some emphasis on health (it is a trend these days) the Apple iWatch would most probably follow suit with a rumour suggesting that there are around 10 sensors built into the device itself. The sensors reportedly are used to track bodily functions and probably fluids as well used for fitness and health purposes. There are also reports that professional athletes are already called in to test out the new iWatch. The latest report suggests that the iWatch is now pending an FDA approval.
Production of the device will be awarded to a Taiwan company, Quanta’s Computer. It is said that the production is at its testing stage. LG has a part to play in the device too as the exclusive display manufacturer of the Apple iWatch device. Apple is estimating a 50-million units per year sales the moment this device launches and said that this device will be iOS specific, as in it will only pair with iOS 8 devices. The final specs are yet to be confirmed but it does look promising.