Apple may launch its iWatch for an outrageous price, which is likely to cost over 1000 dollars. One Apple watcher predicts that the company will sell the long-rumored device as a luxury accessory and that certain models will cost upwards of 1,000 dollars, the New York Post reported.
There have been numerous rumors about Apple s iWatch even though we are yet to see how the wearable device will look. But if an Economic Daily report (via Digitimes) is to be believed, we won t have to wait that long as Apple is planning on unveiling its first wearable device in September and judging by the alleged order size, Apple is expecting it to be a runaway success.
If you thought the production woes of the Retina-equipped iPad mini were bad, you haven t seen anything yet. The Information has a new report out detailing some of the many woes that Apple has faced when trying to mass produce its first-ever smartwatch and it sounds like the company is still experiencing major headaches with the device.
The iWatch rumor mill has grown suspiciously quiet over the past month, but the latest report might be the most exciting and substantial yet. According to C Technology, inside sources say that Apple s smartwatch will be revealed alongside the next iPhone in October 2014.
Following rumors surrounding Apple working on smartphones with bigger displays, a new report now suggests that the Cupertino-based company is planning to launch its anticipated iWatch in two variants. According to Korean Herald (via Macrumors), Apple is working on two different variants of its smartwatch, which will vary mainly on the basis of its display size. Essentially there is a smartwatch planned for men and a relatively smaller one for women. "Apple s wearable iWatch is expected to come with a 1.7-inch OLED display for men s watches and a 1.3-inch OLED screen for women David Hsieh, an analyst, and vice president at DisplaySearch, has been quoted saying.
Life s about to be good for LG s smartwatch display supply business. The Korea Herald reports that Apple plans to tap LG Display as its main display supplier for its upcoming iWatch accessory that will likely be released next year.
Rumors of Apple s iWatch have prompted a number of rival electronics vendors to embrace wearable computing with open arms. While there is still no firm sign from Cupertino that the company actually has a smartwatch in the works, rumors continue to trickle out and the latest report may offer some insight into the purported device s design. According to a brief report from South Korean newspaper The Chosun Ilbo, Apple is testing at least three different designs that feature flexible plastic OLED displays. One iWatch prototype that includes a 1.5-inch display has already been made, according to the paper s source. The report also suggests that other designs being tested include a 1.3-inch display and a 1.4-inch display.
Apple s about to get a big boost in the wearable computing department. 9to5Mac reports that Apple has hired top Nike Fuel Band and Flyknit shoe designer Ben Shaffer to work on the company s upcoming wearable computing devices such as the long-rumored iWatch. This isn t the first time that Apple has hired a
It looks like Samsung will beat Apple to market with a smartwatch by at least nine months or perhaps even longer. A new report from Digitimes cites an analyst at Kuala Lumpur-based CIMB Group in stating that Apple s iWatch will likely launch in the second half of 2014. In the meantime, Samsung s Galaxy
A new set of rumors surrounding Apple s much coveted iWatch suggests that it could feature some fitness-based features inspired by Fuel Bands by sports-gear brands like Nike. A report by 9to5 Mac cites several incidences indicating that Apple could possibly be adding fitness factor to their wearable devices. The report also includes rumors about Apple hiring a celebrity fitness trainer who had earlier worked on Nike s devices, which further highlight something related under works.
Wearable devices off late have been seen trending amongst OEMs, and now according to the Guardian, Dell is also exploring the wearable computing segment. Considering the continuously shrinking PC market, the struggling PC maker is now looking forward to a new product category and is exploring ideas in the wearable computing space.
We have been hearing rumors about Samsung working on its smartwatch for quite some time, and now a new rumor suggests that the company might call its wearable device brand as the Gear. Phandroid has stumbled upon Samsung s application for a new trademark name - Samsung Gear which is believed be registered for its alleged wrist gears or watches.
We have known for quite some time now that Apple is working on a smartwatch christened by the tech journalists as the iWatch. Now, in what could be interpreted as a sign that this device is close to an unveiling, the Cupertino-based company has applied for a trademark in Japan on the name iWatch , Bloomberg reports.
It has been long believed that Apple is secretly working on a wrist-worn device, not surprisingly termed as the iWatch. The folks at 9To5Mac have now spotted what looks like the iWatch featuring in Apple s new Music Every Day ad for iPhones.
With all the news doing rounds on the Internet, the smartwatch suddenly seems to be the next-big thing in the tech world. After Samsung and Apple revealed that they are both working on a smartwatch, a report on The Financial Times now claims that Google is the next big player to be entering the market.
We had earlier reported about Apple working on a new device called the iWatch and a team of more than 100 people working on the device proves just how serious Apple is about it. Now AppleInsider has uncovered concept images of this watch from a patent filed by Apple at the US Patent Office.
Apple is working on a smartwatch called the iWatch, a report on Bloomberg gave it more weight claiming that the team working on developing the watch has grown to around 100 people now.
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