Rumors for the upcoming Apple products doesn’t seem to stop anyhow. A few more reports about the very much anticipated iWatch have emerged stating that this new wearable from the Cupertino giant is expected to go in production in coming few months and is set to launch by the end of this year or along with the Apple iPhone 6.
iWatch or SmartWatch is going to be the first wearable from Apple Inc. and its without any doubt that it will be running on the upcoming iOS 8. Company has been rumored to manufacture more than 3 to 5 million units a month in its initial run.
iWatch, which still has no confirmed specs, is expected to have a curved OLED display and sensor for monitoring the health of the user; also it won’t be wrong to say that this device will be capable of making or receiving calls and texts.
After being synchronized with the iPhone or iPod, the wearable will be able to track user’s health. It will be capable of monitoring the blood pressure and oxygen level in the blood and will combine the results obtained in the Health Kit app along with the distance traveled and calories burned.
Nonetheless, iWatch is also expected to show the necessary notifications.
It has also been reported that the iWatch is going to burn an extra hole in the buyer’s pocket, but as far as rumors are concerned the features are no different than the current wearables in the market. Samsung Gear also offers the same functionality, which has been rumored for the upcoming wearable from Apple.
Even though, Apple is expected to have 3 to 5 million units produced in the initial run, one third of the people are abandoning this market. The question now rises whether Apple will be able to ship this overpriced wearable or not.