We were pretty sure that Apple will talk about its upcoming plans for 2014 at its annual Worldwide Developers Conferences on June 2. Unfortunately, Apple didn’t even hint about any of its upcoming devices. It only announced its new operating systems for both desktop and mobile platforms, OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 respectively. Both of them are scheduled for the final release later this year.
Anyhow, it’s most likely that Apple will be releasing its next-generation iPhone along with its long-awaited iWatch in the month of September or October. We’ve seen Apple announcing HealthKit at its WWDC event that’ll allow users to keep an eagle on their health status.
Obviously, the HealthKit won’t work itself to track blood pressure, sugar level, heart rate and more. For this Apple will have to rely a device that does all this. Apple iWatch is the first thought comes to our minds. According to many reports and rumors, Apple will introduce iPhone 6 together with its much-awaited iWatch in the fall of this year.
We have seen its competitors like Samsung, Sony, LG, and Motorola launching their wearable devices. Now, it’s an Apple turn to step in wearable technology. Sources close to the news suggest that Apple’s new iWatch will combine 10 sensors to track health & fitness.
There’s still no word from Apple regarding its iWatch. Anyways, we better suggest to wait until when company launches it publicly. We’ll let you know if something happens official from the Apple. Stay tuned!