The 12 best iWatch concepts we’ve seen till now

The 12 best iWatch concepts we’ve seen till now

Apple is widely rumored to release a smartwatch, dubbed the iWatch, later this year with a focus on health and fitness. This has been a topic of intense speculation since a number of months, and designers have come up with a number of concepts imagining how the iWatch might look like.

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Apple rumored to be working on three iWatch models from 1.6 to 1.8-inches

Apple rumored to be working on three iWatch models from 1.6 to 1.8-inches

While it is widely believed that Apple is going to release the so-called “iWatch” in multiple sizes, there have been conflicting reports about exactly how large the smart watch will be. The general consensus is that the wearable device will have a flexible AMOLED display in the range of 1.3-inches to 2.5-inches. 

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Apple predicted to sell between 30 to 60 million iWatch units in first year

Apple predicted to sell between 30 to 60 million iWatch units in first year

Morgan Stanley has released its first iWatch sales estimates, predicting that Apple could sell between 30 to 60 million units of the smart watch in the first year. The research firm also raised its Apple price target on Monday, from $99 to $110 per share. 

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Apple to begin mass production of ‘iWatch’ in November

Apple to begin mass production of ‘iWatch’ in November

Apple is expected to unveil its first wearable device in October, which is likely to be the oft-rumored “iWatch,” but a new report claims that production of the smart watch will not ramp up until a few months later. According to well-sourced KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a fairly accurate track record at reporting on Apple product plans, the iWatch will not enter mass production until November. 

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Apple hires two Nike FuelBand engineers reportedly for iWatch team

Apple hires two Nike FuelBand engineers reportedly for iWatch team

The iWatch team has reportedly been filling out lately, with several recent hires brought on to the rumored team to help bring the device to market. In a new report, two new names have been added to the pool, noteworthy for where they have been brought over from.

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Apple hires TAG Heuer executive ahead of iWatch launch

Apple hires TAG Heuer executive ahead of iWatch launch

Apple has reportedly poached the sales director from Swiss luxury watch maker TAG Heuer to help launch the oft-rumored “iWatch,” which is expected to be unveiled later this year. The hiring was confirmed by Jean-Claude Biver, the head of the luxury goods conglomerate LVMH, during a recent video interview he conducted with the American television channel CNBC. 

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Tim Cook hints at voice messaging importance, iWatch could benefit

Tim Cook hints at voice messaging importance, iWatch could benefit

When Apple unveiled iOS 8, one of the new features focused on sending a message with your voice, rather than having to type away at individual letters like a barbarian. Now, based on a new note sent to investors, that focus could very well see the iWatch benefitting from the input method.

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Apple reportedly hires Alex Hsieh of Atlas Wearables, could help with activity tracking in iWatch

Apple reportedly hires Alex Hsieh of Atlas Wearables, could help with activity tracking in iWatch

Despite the fact that the iWatch is rumored to go into production as early as July, and see a public release in October, work on the wearable seems to be ongoing. Another new hire points to precise features that could make their debut in Apple’s iWatch.

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Google launches first Android Wear devices at I/O; shows card based interface

Google launches first Android Wear devices at I/O; shows card based interface

At Google’s annual Google I/O developer conference earlier today, the company launched the first set of Android Wear powered watches. Android Wear is a version of the Android operating system meant for wearable devices that was announced in March this year.

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Pro athletes reportedly testing the iWatch’s fitness capabilities ahead of launch

Pro athletes reportedly testing the iWatch’s fitness capabilities ahead of launch

If gauging whether or not the iWatch, Apple’s heavily rumored wearable, is a real device based on rumors is a real thing, then add one more to the “it’s finally happening” column. A new report reveals that Apple could be testing the iWatch in the real world, with the help of some pro athletes.

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