Apple has finally let the cat out of the bag, inviting media to its Cupertino, California hometown for a "special event", where it's expected to unveil the next generation of iPhones and potentially an iWatch.
It's the fabled unicorn of the tech world - Apple's long awaited 'iWatch' has been talked about for months if not years, and it looks like we finally have a firm release date.
Apple is committed to launching a smart watch before the end of 2014 – the latest rumours from manufacturer Quanta suggest various form factors, colours, and shapes.
Apple’s heavily rumoured iWatch is being slated for a Q3 2014 release date and will feature a UV light exposure sensor, if new reports are to be believed.
Apple is hunting for engineers to work on its much-hyped iWatch, which is now expected in 2014 after "engineering problems."
Apple has filed a trademark application for the term 'iWatch' in Japan, a few weeks after it reportedly did the same in Russia.
Samsung’s flagship Galaxy SIV is set to be announced on Thursday, but a smartwatch might just be in the mix too.
As the buzz around Apple's new iWatch project builds and details of the patent application have been revealed, it is worth looking at the possible applications of the proposed slap wrap smart bracelet. The question is will there be anything that we can't already do with our phones or will this new wearable wrist computer be an irresistible enhancement to what we already have?
There are strong rumours that Apple is bringing to market an iWatch - a wearable wristwatch, computer, phone, music player or some sort of combination of these. The latest controlled leak from Apple to its favoured mainstream media exposes the almost desperate fervour with which the recently great innovator is trying to recapture its edge.
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