As we all know, Apple will be having some great announcements later this year. It was expected that Apple will talk about its product lineup for 2014 at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on June 2. But Apple even didn’t hint about its next plans. We only saw a few announcements of its next-gen operating systems, the iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite.
There’re some things that make us believe that Apple will be announcing its all-new iPhone 6 together with long-awaited iWatch in the fall of this year. We have seen Apple introducing HealthKit, a new app that’ll be serving like your family physician on the floor of WWDC event.
It’s the first time Apple is showing interest for health issues. Perhaps, it could be a pressure from its competitors that have introduced health-oriented devices such as Samsung Galaxy S5 which is capable of measuring your heart rate and can track fitness through S Health 3.0 app.
The things get clearer with the report appeared at Apple Insider claiming Apple has hired the sales director of very popular watch manufacturing company TAG Heuer to get assistance for its iWatch launch.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple’s long-awaited iWatch is said to pack 10 sensors for tracking purposes. The new smartwatch is likely to hold a 2.5-inch screen with wireless charging ability. Design wise, we can’t say anything for sure as different stories being discussed around the corner.
It is expected that Apple will be announcing its first wearable device together with iPhone 6 later this year. September 19 is supposed to be the most believable date when Apple will be taking the floor.
Treat this post as a pinch of salt as nothing has been confirmed so far from the company. We’ll let you know if there comes anything official from Apple. Stay tuned!