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Apple iWatch this year available
Ilse Jurriën : June 20th 2014 - 12:32 CET
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Apple2.5-inch Apple iWatch coming up : Once Samsung put the Galaxy Gear to market, soon arose the question; ´What will Apple do´. Such a smart watch fits perfectly with the innovative brand Apple. Yet it remained silent for a long time, until beginning of this year, Apple´s CEO Tim Cook made the statement that the company would launch a completely new product category this year. Immediately, everyone thought about the Apple iWatch. Several U.S. media have now heard from anonymous news sources that the production of the iWatch will start next month. Reportedly, the Taiwanese manufacturer Quanta will produce the smart watch. The Apple iWatch is likely to become available in early Q4.

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Apple iWatch features
One of the negative comments about the smart watches is that they provide little added value compared to a smartphone. Apple wants to make a distinction with the iWatch by adding additional sensors to the watch. It is said that the smart watch will be equipped with over 10 smart sensors, such as the measurement of the heart rate from the wrist. The extra health functionalities fit perfectly with the Health app in the recently introduced iOS 8. The Apple iWatch is rumored to have a slightly rectangular and curved design and will feature a 2.5-inch display (which is relatively large). In addition, the iWatch seems to be charged wirelessly.

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Apple iWatch price & availability
If we are to believe the rumors, the new Apple iWatch will carry a suggested retail price of $350 USD. This is in line with the $300 USD that the Galaxy Gear 2 costs. If production continues as planned, the iWatch will already be in stores in October 2014. So just a little more patience…

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