New Rumour Suggest Apple iWatch Will Be Launch In October

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Apple iWatch Concept There have been rumours about Apple entering the wearables market for some time and now recent speculation suggests the much-anticipated iWatch will be unveiled at an event this autumn. It has once been speculated that the iWatch will be unveiled alongside with the newly launch iOS 8during the WWDC event that took place at end of May. Recode has reported that Apple has set a launch date for a wearable device in October this year, and although there was no word on what exactly the device would be, Japenese site Nikkei also supports an October launch, following reports from Apple suppliers and undisclosed sources suggesting the device will launch with the iPhone 6.

It has been suggested it would work closely with the fitness data-gathering app and HealthKit that the Cupertino company launched at WWDC 2014, which means it will be able to track things like heart rate and blood sugar levels.
According to Nikkei, the Apple supplier is planning to produce up to five million in the initial run and the company is said to be so sure about the new wearable gadget that is he had predicted a monthly commercial output of around 3 million to 5 million following its launch.
During Recode's Code Conference, Eddy Cue, senior vice president of Internet Software and Services at Apple said the company would be shaking things up in the latter half of this year: "Later this year, we've got the best product pipeline that I've seen in my 25 years at Apple." Plus, Tim Cook has mentioned "new product categories" in 2014 so all fingers are pointing to the iWatch. The iWatch has previously been rumored to be coming with an curved OLED touchscreen, Touch ID fingerprint scanning and will cost between $200 and $300.
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