A big rumors of Apple iWatch have began to rise again, which now suggests that the super tech brand Apple’s smart watch will hit stores at the end of 2014.
According to a business note to investors, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that he expects deeply Apple to launch an apple branded iWatch, but it is not necessarily at any time in the near future. Kuo, who predicted successfully, Apple's other releases, said that Apple will begin their production on the following device unit in the middle of next year, with a shiny release date at the end of year 2014.
A report published by appleinsider.com on 09to05 Mac, Ming-Chi Kuo says the watch will have a screen of 1.5 inch to 2 inch and it will use biometrics function as a prototype of Toshiba’s OLED smart watch to keep it safe and secure. This means that the apple iWatch can detect who is wearing this watch. The feature of Biometric will also enable the watch as a device for monitoring the physical condition, something like as FitBit.