Apple is going to come into the category of wearable computers this year with the production of its first smartwatch. It will be unveiled along with iPhone 6 in September, and will have more than one version.
The iWatch will hit the market in November, and will be accessible in two screen sizes- 4.6-cm (1.6-inch) and 4.5-cm (1.8-inch), with the 1.8 version having Sapphire display, according to China’s Economic Daily News. Sapphire display is superior to Gorilla Glass, which will make the gadget scratchproof and highly break and dust resistant.
According to Katy Huberty, a Morgan Stanley Analyst, the device priced at $300 will attract upto 30-60 million customers in its very first year of release.
The iWatch equipped with iOS8 will have biometric sensors that will observe the user’s health and fitness. It will also transfer the data via Health Kit App, announced by Apple at WWDC 2014 Developers Conference.
According to The Economic Daily News, the iPad pro tablet is going to introduced later this year, which is a specialized version of iPad. Earlier the iPad pro featuring a 13.25-cm (12.7-inch) display was thought to be a replacement for MacBook Air. Apple’s next generation iPads are expected to hit the markets in October this year.