Apple iWatch Could Come Along iPhone 6

| June 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Apple iWatchApple looks to be planning to announce its first wearable device, iWatch together with its much-awaited iPhone 6. The Cupertino-based company is likely to hold an event in the month of September or October.

It puts weight to our assumptions when we see Apple announcing HealthKit app at its annual WWDC event. This app is a one-stop shop that tracks all of your health data in order to keep you fit. Obviously, Apple will have to rely on a device that does this job. So, Apple iWatch is supposed to be the one which will be doing that stuff.

According to a veritable source, Apple will announce its long-awaited iWatch along with its next-generation iPhone in the fall of this year. It further says, Apple will introduce a curve-shaped OLED iWatch that’ll be used to track health data.

A few days back, the Financial Times reported that the Cupertino-based company is hiring workers from the top watch companies. If this gets true, then we’ll surely be seeing Apple iWatch right on our wrists later this year.

September 19 is the expected date when Apple will take the floor. Anyhow, it’s a guesswork that may or may not be true. We were expecting that Apple might whisper about its upcoming products during the developers conference but it didn’t happen at all.

Really, Apple will have to come up with a unique design as its competitors like Samsung and Motorola have introduced their best designs to date. So, eyes are now on Apple what it brings new to its wearable device.

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