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    Apple planning to release new wearable devices

    Apple is working on their wearable devices from last many months and now it seems that they can introduce their first wearable device in October. Their target is to design 3 to 5 million units in the first month of its launch. There is no official information available for this and so we cannot be 100% sure. Its specifications are also not clear but it is expected to have curved OLED (organic light-emitting diode) displays. There will be sensors in device that will gather health data from blood glucose and calorie consumption to sleep activity and will give details to you.

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    You can connect your iWatch with your iphone or ipad and control it from there. It is expected that the device will come in two sizes of 1.3 and 1.5 inches for women and men. It can have flexible AMOLED display along with the sapphire glass cover.

    Japanese news service cited industry sources as says “Though the details of services have yet to be released, specs for the new product are being finalized, according to industry sources. It will likely use a curved organic light-emitting diode (OLED) touchscreen and collect health-related data, such as calorie consumption, sleep activity, blood glucose and blood oxygen levels. It will also allow users to read messages sent by smartphones.Apple appears confident of the new product. According to a parts manufacturer, it plans monthly commercial output of about 3-5 million units, which exceeds the total global sales of watch-like devices last year. This confidence is backed by its partnerships with high-profile hospitals - it has teamed up with the Mayo Clinic and the Cleveland Clinic, U.S. health institutes based in Minnesota and Ohio, respectively, to develop specific ways of analysing the collected data and applying it to actual health management.”

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    According to a report from Re/code, “People familiar with Apple's plans tell Code/red the company hopes to schedule a special event that month to show off the device, which is designed to make good use of the HealthKit health and fitness information-gathering app it recently showed off at WWDC. Could things change between now and fall? That's certainly possible. But right now October is the target date.”

    If it all goes in the way it is rumored them we can get iWatch from apple in market by the end of October. If you have anything to add then please post with the same below.

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