Earlier today, VentureBeat exclusively reported that Apple was working with various watchmakers including Swatch to develop the iWatch. Now, the Swiss watchmaker has refuted those claims. Also Read - Apple could launch its AR glasses soon; test units already enters productionAlso Read - Apple warns users to remove webcam cover from their MacBook laptops
Swatch is not working with Apple on smartwatches, the company told Bloomberg via an email. The earlier report claimed that both the companies were working on a family of smartwatches to suit all tastes from geek to chic. The report came somewhat of a surprise, considering Swatch was looking at stopping Apple from using the iWatch nomenclature. Also Read - Apple iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 public beta released with redesigned homescreen, scribble, compact UI and more new features
As we have reported before, Apple is expected to launch the iWatch in multiple sizes loaded with sensors, and protect the display with Sapphire glass. As far as pricing is concerned, the top-of-the-line iWatch likely to cost above $1,000.