Ahead of tonight’s event, a new photo and video of the soon-to-be-official iWatch have surfaced onto the Web. According to the source, the iWatch will look like a bracelet and mount Touch ID sensor onto the Home button, reports GSMDome.
From the leaked image and video, the iWatch seems to have a crisp and glossy body. According to the leakster, Apple’s first wearable is Wi-Fi capable and sports a flexible screen. The video has been taken down at the time of filing of the story. We will however ask you to take it with a pinch of proverbial pinch of salt as the design is not consistent with past reports, especially the rectangle frames that leaked yesterday.
From what we have heard so far, the iWatch will sport a flexible display with sapphire glass protection, and a battery that lasts a day, with wireless charging capabilities. It could feature a 1.3-inch display and a 1.5-inch display, 512MB of RAM, and an impressive 8GB internal storage. It could be available in up to eight variants and will be priced around $400, with cheaper variants too expected. It could also support third-party apps and have an App Store of its own. As for availability, theiWatch is rumored to have been delayed till next year.