It’s been a pretty big week for Apple, as they officially unveiled their upcoming iOS 8 and Mac OSX Yosemite operating systems at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Now reports from Nikkei Asian Review newspaper in Japan say that Apple’s highly coveted iWatch will release this October.
According to reports the iWatch will have a curved OLED touchscreen which are said to be more thin, bright and power efficient than other displays and it will run on the iOS 8 operating system. The iWatch will provide weather updates, messages and collect health information such as blood glucose levels, heart rate, caloric intake, and a lot more from its wearer through Apple’s HealthKit app which was also announced at WWDC.
Connected Designs founder, Ben Isaacson, as well as others speculate that Apple well eventually provide customization options for the wearable device, such as an assortment of straps in different styles to make it fashionable.
Check back with The Source for more information regarding the Apple’s iWatch as it becomes available.
-Khari Clarke (@KINGCLARKEIII)