iWatch

iWatch reportedly ‘prioritized image quality over battery life’

iWatch reportedly ‘prioritized image quality over battery life’

Details about the iWatch, the name most often used for Apple’s upcoming wearable, are strikingly few and far between at this point. But, a new report suggests that Apple may be making some big compromises when it comes to the device’s battery.

Apple’s wearable reportedly set to be unveiled in September alongside new iPhones

Apple’s wearable reportedly set to be unveiled in September alongside new iPhones

The launch of the iWatch, or whatever Apple is gearing up to call their wearable, has been a contested piece of information for months now, with reports dating back to early June suggesting it could get unveiled in October. Now, a new report says it will be in September after all.

Supply chain sources corroborate iWatch launch being delayed to 2015

Supply chain sources corroborate iWatch launch being delayed to 2015


We had already heard rumors about the iWatch being delayed due to production issues, pushing its launch into 2015, and a new report from China’s Economic Daily News corroborates these claims.

Apple’s iWatch is coming, eventually, but will it actually be what you want?

Apple’s iWatch is coming, eventually, but will it actually be what you want?

A lot has been said about the iWatch, or iBand, or whatever other name is being bandied about right now. Unfortunately, the rumored name of the device tells us everything we need to know about Apple’s wearable right now: we don’t know anything at all.

iWatch may not launch until 2015 due to manufacturing issues

iWatch may not launch until 2015 due to manufacturing issues

The release date for the iWatch, Apple’s first wearable, has been an issue for some time now, with analysts, and leaks, going back-and-forth with “in 2014″ or “in 2015.” A new report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is echoing earlier reports that Apple’s iWatch won’t see the light of day until 2015.

Apple granted patent for curved touch panel that could be used for iWatch

Apple granted patent for curved touch panel that could be used for iWatch

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday granted Apple with 48 patents covering a broad range of inventions, including a curved touch panel that would likely be used for a wearable device like the oft-rumored iWatch or a similar fitness band.

Headphones with health and fitness sensors could be the next big focus for wearables

Headphones with health and fitness sensors could be the next big focus for wearables

The iWatch may have started as just another smartwatch, but the most consistent rumors regarding Apple’s oft-rumored wearable device have turned it into a device far more focused on health and fitness than just an average watch. So, what’s next after wearables around your wrist? How about in your ears?

Two iWatch developers confirm Apple ‘Special Projects’ roles

Two iWatch developers confirm Apple ‘Special Projects’ roles

In mid-July of 2013, it was reported that several key individuals had been brought onto Apple’s team to work on the upcoming Apple’s wearable, eventually rumored to be called the iWatch. More than a year later, a pair of key developers have just confirmed their roles within Apple’s ranks, tuned towards special, specific projects.

Gruber: ‘Apple’s wrist wearable thing’ coming in September [Updated]

Gruber: ‘Apple’s wrist wearable thing’ coming in September [Updated]

Even when there’s not much information to go on, sometimes all it takes is a little tease to get everything you’re looking for. For anyone who’s hoping to see Apple’s iWatch, we may have something to look forward to in September.

Apple files for HealthKit trademarks and mentions watches, health sensors and more

Apple files for HealthKit trademarks and mentions watches, health sensors and more

As it stands right now, Apple’s first wearable, the oft-rumored iWatch, has managed to shy away from any leaks — unlike the iPhone 6. So, the only real information we can hang onto at this point suggesting the device’s upcoming launch are little details. Like Apple’s recent filing for HealthKit trademarks in the U.S. and Europe.