The latest rumors regarding Apple‘s long-awaited iWatch point to a release as early as Summer 2014. Supposedly set to debut sometime after the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, initial production reports point to 65 million units at launch. A report from the Economic Daily News claims the device will boast custom A-series chips designed by Apple specifically for the iWatch, with manufacturing handled by Samsung. The report also points to a display made of sapphire glass, the same material used on the TouchID home button of the iPhone 5s. Like early rumors, the latest report also points to the iWatch playing a more biometric role with advanced sensors capable of detecting a user’s heart rate, blood pressure and more.
- Source: Cult of Mac
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