Back in December 2012, rumors started to circulate about an upcoming Apple smartwatch called the iWatch. Since then we had countless reports about this wearable device. The latest report from Japan's Nikkei Asian Review claims that Apple decided to launch the iWatch in October 2014. The new device will run on Apple's newly announced iOS 8, and will monitor health-related data, such as calorie consumption, sleep activity, blood glucose and blood oxygen levels. It will also show notifications from your iPhone of course.
According to the Nikkei, the iWatch will have a curved OLED display (earlier reports suggested that LG Display will be the exclusive supplier). Apple is apparently very confident in this new product, and it plans to produce about 3 to 5 million units per month.
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